I apologize in advance if my question should be discussed on Philosophy Meta, but when thinking about the question I couldn't decide whether it would be appropriate there.
Thinking about the questions which I've seen here... leads one to think that you need some sort of education to answer a lot of question about philosophy. How? Let me elaborate, when you ask a question, you are asking because you want an answer, or you want your question answered...
But unlike many StackExchange sites, I've come to the point that, on Philosophy StackExchange you need some sort of deep education/education to be able to answer a question since philosophy is so complex and it's history even more complex, My Point is that
To answer a question about philosophy, What level of education (Not just academic, self-learning too) do you need? and is my point at all valid?
P.S If any moderator deems this question inappropriate to be discussed here, You can delete this question.