”[F]reedom from loyalty to old schools, old colleges, old churches, old ceremonies, old countries … freedom from pride of nationality, religious pride, college pride, school pride, family pride, sex pride and those unreal loyalties that spring from them.” The other teachers are poverty (having enough money to be independent), chastity (refusal to sell your brain) and derision (flinging back honors; preferring for psychological reasons obscurity, censure and ridicule) (Virginia Woolf, Three Guineas [London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1938)], pp. 78–80).