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Global culture in early 21st century has been creating a map of human memory and social practices in which ethnicity has been visibly and invisibly embedded in structures of different scales. Most remarkably, Jewish culture has been attempting to be reproduced as a whole, although in many cases it is only the name that points to possible Jewish descent. In some national contexts this tradition of names has been lost in favor of political adaptation (.e.g. communist Jews in Eastern Europe, who even purposefully had changed their names).

As a pattern, in the 21st century not every Jew reveals its Jewish descent in the resumes and the guess about Jewish origin even cannot be proved in many cases. However, there is a tendency of Jewish-sound names to be embedded in the systems of higher education, which in some cases even creates a hypothesis that the education system is very amorphous and with a loose filter which does not rely on knowledge and academic achievements only, but may have more complex inner invisible structure of selection and reproduction.

The theoretical point about Jews in higher education in early 21st century is that the origin itself is not a guarantee of high quality, although generally it is believed that Jews, because of their history, are able to produce and reproduce really solid and high quality culture which stabilizes and advances the human civilization. Many examples of terrifying human behavior of people with Jewish-like names or with changed names (known as Jews) indicate that some Jews have been using the existed loose moral academic system of reproduction and enter the academic field not because of own qualities, but because of connections and mysterious mechanism of cultural reproduction in the academic field which allow weird selection. Such people as a rule endanger society since use visible and invisible amoral behavior to succeed in the system (e.g. psychotronic terrorism, pathological lie, corruption and damaging intrigues).

Why Jews like higher education jobs and attempt higher education jobs is a scientific problem. One possible explanation is the ability within the academic field, the involved individuals to gain popularity and accumulate wealth based on tax-payer money. Another direction of explanation is the opportunity to attach themselves to a field which produces culture.

We need early 21st century education to become history to be able to evaluate whether the academic network of Jews contributes or endangers the progress in human culture. For the time being, the way of thinking about this visible picture is like about any picture: to see and reveal the bright and dark colors and search for values – not presume values. Human culture is by origin opportunity to be reproduced as a solid social identity in which ethnicity is very often an artificial construct of ideology. The 21st century is a moral agenda for the human civilization if humans want to really stay humans and the ethnic culture becomes secondary in relation to moral culture.



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