In his book, The Degradation of Man, C. S. Lewis makes the case that observing the world around us based on anything other than objectivity reduces individual’s capacity for realization. He is particularly distraught with how education has become an indoctrination of looking at our world through other people’s lenses or frameworks. C.S. Lewis is right. How can I say that? Because I take on the responsibility, obligation, and right, to be the final arbitrator of what I deem fact, truth, and moral.