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“Professors and teachers would be strongly credentialist in their hiring philosophy, because without credentialism, formal education loses some of its value.”
“That disrespect may represent a threat to hiring managers who are credentialist.”
“The more you want people to place a high value on your credentials, the more you will want to reward people who are credentialist and punish people who are not.”
“Once people who are credentialist have power, then everyone who wants power has to bow toward credentialism.”
“Effectively if things are worded impressively enough, a careless author with a PhD can, wittingly or not, will facts to be so as long as they never admit one's insidious error in reasoning and simply let the credentialist bias of the general public do the service of burying one's bone of shame in the backyard.”
“Suppose that the world is rigidly credentialist, so that no one will even consider a person without a degree for anything beyond a low-skilled job.”
“It is also a form of credentialist doublebind, so to say.”
“In part, this is why the political left tends to be credentialist and technocratic: opponents are shot down as irrelevant because they aren’t “educated experts” who oppose “real solutions” and obstruct “future progress”.”
“Answering Mr Thacker’s questions would take me an hour or two, but explaining what is wrong with his credentialist mindset would take days, so I have not replied to him.”
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