Yes, this is Nietzche's three transformation of the spirit, but somwhere in there, I think the last stage as the child, Nietzsche says, one becomes, the wheel which rolls from its centre, the camel was loaded down before crossing the desert with all the should's that society heaps upon us, the burdon makes the camel stronger and is transformed into a lion. I think then as with an apprentice whom learns all the rules of his craft, he then has the knowledge and wisdom to cast aside what should be's are not appropriate to him, and thus rolls like a wheel from his own centre. One has become, ones own authority. Your above post did not seem to want to evoke a response, I mean, there really was not an issue to address, was that intended?
"One day his chains fell away of themselves, and the world eon of Zeus dissolved." Prometheus Unbound--Shelly I think.
Is the system going to flatten you out and deny you your humanity, or are you going to be able to make use of the system to the attainment of human purposes?