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Wisdom is about causes

Forgive me for having skipped what I think is the most obvious characteristic of wisdom – namely that it is a knowledge of causes. Therefore we now have three characteristics of wisdom- to wit: It is a knowledge about causes … Continue reading

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Modern education and Specialization…a digression

Among the chief marks by which the “modern school” distinguishes itself from the “classical school” is its adherence to the educational doctrine that proposes specialization as a virtue. The doctrine of “specialization” asserts that every student ought to become a … Continue reading

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It is downright dishonest to publish ideas that one has received from another without any sort of attribution! Therefore in the matter of slavery and its various species and definitions and relevance to liberal education, I must profess that I … Continue reading

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