Fuck you buddy.As I said before it's pretty complicated, but imo education does not instantly equal empathy. Or (just as important) compassion. There was that experiment game in the Curtis doc The Trap where the safest play was to fuck over your fellow players. They tried it out on their low level secretaries and found that instead of wanting to win, the overall instinct was to cooperate with each other. There were further examples of this nature in there, like a huge game of pong in a big conference hall. What's interesting is that at the lower echelons of existence you can often find a lot more comraderie, cooperation and altruism between humans who have nothing. And I find that often the cleverer you get, the more likely you are to become detached from your feelings, start to see life as a game to play at the expense of others, whether for entertainment, gain or status.
That was the name of the game that was invented at the Rand Institute by John Nash (and others maybe) as part of their development of Game Theory. The secretaries didn't play it the entirely logical and selfish way that the brainiacs had predicted they would but this had no effect on them declaring that this WAS how real life works and getting a lot of important people to believe them.