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Education: Two Ways

“The difference between a path and a road is not only the obvious one.  A path is little more than a habit that comes with knowledge of a place… 423 more words

Be Pragmatic

On Being a Modern Gentleman:

Guideline 16: Be Pragmatic

Recently, “The New Yorker” highlighted studies which posited that positive thinking and optimism may actually lead to failure and distress… 418 more words


"Why Do I Need to Know This?"

My students will tell you that I’m not a huge fan of textbooks.  Maybe it’s the way in which they compartmentalize information and predigest big, rich ideas into bite-size, tasteless chunks (also, I can’t stand tapas restaurants).   1,864 more words

Christian Education

Over the past two years of blogging one of the topics that I’ve written on most, and which has been best received, is Christian education. In light of that I thought it would be wise to organize all those posts. 99 more words


This is the second part – of four – of the talk ‘The Science Delusion’.

4. Physicalism: Not Dualism

A central topic of this talk is physicalism. 2,215 more words

Triple Strength Leadership

Sounds a bit like an advert for kitchen rolls doesn’t it?

Well according to Nick Lovegrove, a director at McKinsey, and Matthew Thomas… 398 more words