Should the humanities be taught to all members of society? Or should it be the domain of specialists like, in a sense, science? How do you feel about the oft prophesied "death of the liberal arts"?
Pic related, Sophia, goddess of philosophy.
I think it's fine with how it is right now. In my experience in American High School, 4 semesters of History were required. There were lots of humanity electives but none were absolutely required. That gives students a good foundation in History and an opportunity to learn more about the humanities. Forcing kids to study things there don't care about (that aren't part of a basic education) is never a good idea.
People should be taught cognitive biases and a bit of philosophy, maybe rationalism vs empiricism and virtue ethics.
Average person doesn't know shit about how irrational they are, and how to be virtuous