“The whole aesthetic condition is the most fruitful in relation to knowledge and morality. … A disposition which comprises in itself the wholeness of humanity must necessarily include every individual expression of it, according to its capacity; a disposition which removes all limits from the totality of human nature must necessarily remove them also from every individual expression of it. 304 more words
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Sophistry, the Sophists and modern medical education. Medical Teacher Volume 32, Issue 1, 2010. Part 1.
I’m sure on a Friday evening what the world is waiting for is the reposting of a paper on (possibly) unfairly maligned Ancient Greek philosophers and the parallels between their thought and modern medical education theory. 1,479 more words
Welcome to the classroom. Please, before we get started it is important to understand that this is a scene of subjection, and anything I say should be toted as truth since I am the authority figure of this room and you are the repressed, the dull, the unintelligent, the insignificant, the ignorant. 1,226 more words