Here are the pathologies in economics education as I knew them. I doubt they've changed greatly, unfortunately, given the stuff I read online by and about economists.
1. Worship of competition of all sorts, and idolatrous belief that the victor of every competition is "best" in some vague and often-universal way.
2. Amnesia that every competition has rules.
3. Triumphalism about what exists and about the profession and about its subdisciplines.
4. Vicious infighting.
5. A preference for setting aside human experience and emotion as sissy stuff.
6. Strong assumptions about human preferences masquerading as "we don't know anything about human preferences and we must take them as given."
7. Idiotic and unconsidered definitions of "rationality."
8. Ignoring the territory (size and dimensions) of possibility sets while obsessing about choice.
9. The wrong kind of (paranoid) pride.