100 years has passed since WW1. Somehow, that anniversary isn’t mentioned in the popular media nearly enough as it should. Some people called WW1 “the war that’ll end all wars” and they were terribly mistaken. 1,282 more words
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Being a product of both traditional education and distance education classes for both my undergraduate and masters programs and my professional schooling, I have come to understand the use of Bloom’s Taxonomy and its breakout of the learning process. 302 more words
In Conrad, writes Dalrymple, there is not just linguistic mastery but ‘a cognitive and a moral quality’. Art, entertainment, and moral purpose are ‘indivisible’.
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Probity was perhaps the highest good, the moral quality Conrad admired most; for him, very distant goals diluted probity and finally dissolved it….The good that resulted from doing something with all one’s might had to be tangible or immediate, and not so far removed that it entailed or permitted the doing of evil in the name of the eventual good that it would supposedly produce.