For <strong>Michael Oakeshott</strong>, being cultured meant knowing what you don't have to know. These days we are surpassingly well-informed&nbsp;&mdash; thanks, Google&nbsp;&mdash;&nbsp;but increasingly less cultured

For Michael Oakeshott, being cultured meant knowing what you don&#39;t have to know. These days we are surpassingly well-informed&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; thanks, Google&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;but increasingly less
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For Michael Oakeshott, being cultured meant knowing what you don't have to know. These days we are surpassingly well-informed — thanks, Google — but increasingly less cultured

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