I deeply appreciate these insights. I’m a sincere advocate for lifelong and deep value-laden learning. I also agree that Zuckerberg would have taken Facebook, or whatever else,
Schools like Harvard have an immense amount of resources, and students have a near limitless amount of opportunities to learn whatever they want. But that’s the point: they learn what they want.
He could have learned from all these sensational professors; but would he even want to in the first place?
The paradox of autonomy reveals the problem: many Other-Zuckerbergs stayed in Harvard, and never learned these lessons. we can’t expect he would have done anything different.