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Is the man who is tall happy?

Sometimes, generalization is great fun. Honestly recognizing its meaningless, it is at least harmless. And so I say, I love the French. The French artist,  528 more words


StoryMOOC: Some inspirational books

Meine “Kreativ”-”Lösung” für die Task of the Week aus dem MOOC The Future of Storytelling. Vier Bücher, die mich sehr beeinflusst haben und beeinflussen.

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Inspirational Videos

Quarter-finals B

Welcome to the final day of the quarter-final round of the Philosophers World Cup. After today, all semi-final matchups will be set. In the day’s first quarter-final, Italy take on an upset-minded Mexican side, while in the second South America’s only remaining team Argentina takes on the United States.  718 more words


Arts Education is Both/And

Creativity is a very unique skill. It is a skill that is linked to innovation and thus, one that we declare we want to see in education. 405 more words

Arts Education

Seeing Quixote: the realist view

 I believe that one powerful way to broach the philosophy of quality (and the philosophy of leadership) is to ask “How have the visual arts ‘understood’ … 464 more words
Philosophy Of Quality

Two goals, and alternatives in reaching them

“The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done; men and women who are creative, inventive and discoverers, who can be critical and verify, and not accept, everything they are offered.” 867 more words

Education Policy