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This post is a part of a series being written for my EDUC6352 online masters students.
“Educational policy always sits at the intersection of the past, present and future, with the latter often expressed in policy texts as an imagined desired future… 902 more words
“The truth, forever, for everybody, is that one is a stranger to oneself, and that one must deal with this stranger day in and day out–that one, in fact, is forced to create, as distinct from invent, oneself…And you will learn a certain humility, because the terms that you have invented, which you think describe and define you, inevitably collide with the facts of life. 1,179 more words
Friends of Padre Steve’s World,
A Short thought to begin the weekend that kind of follows my posts of the last several days. Hannah Arendt wrote in her book 277 more words
Withdrawal from the “beastliness of the multitude” into the company of the “very few” but also into the absolute solitude of the One has been the most outstanding feature of the philosopher’s life ever since Parmenides and Plato discovered that for those “very few,” the 323 more words