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February 19, 2019
Learning from Marcus Garvey
Never forget that intelligence rules the world and ignorance carries the burden. Therefore, remove yourself...
February 17, 2019
The Limits of Education OR Ph.D. OR Langston Hughes and CS Lewis Agree?
Ph.D. He never was a silly little boy Who whispered in the class or...
February 16, 2019
Their Eyes Were Watching God (Zora Neale Hurston)
To have a life to live, joy to share, only to be stifled by injustice,...
February 12, 2019
Reading, So Vital, God’s Own Gift (Frances Ellen Watkins Harper)
I am convinced if more people read well many of our disagreements would vanish. We...
February 05, 2019
Plain Theology for Plain People: The Way of Salvation (Charles Octavius Boothe 3/9)
We know too little about the makers of the American mind, particularly in religion. Our...
February 04, 2019
Plain Theology for Plain People: On Man (Charles Octavius Boothe 2/9)
What is a human being? Our answers will do much to shame society, though our...
January 22, 2019
A Brief Defense of the Academy and Experts
I write informally about history all the time. I am not, however, a trained historian....
January 14, 2019
You Can Go Home Again
"You can’t go home again.” This is wrong. Great literature, whether picturing the hero Odysseus...
January 07, 2019
A New Journal for Constantinean Techies
A teacher often has students who surpass him. Hurrah! One who writes here on occasion...
December 05, 2018
For the Humanities PhD: Some Sort Of Advice
I get questions.* For a person who teaches by asking questions, these are always tricky...
November 23, 2018
The Christmas Movie that Helped Build Our School OR Why a Christmas Movie You Have Never Heard of Is the Movie You Should Watch Now
Hope and I did not know what to do. There were practical choices and yet...
November 14, 2018
The Heart of Classical Education or Avoid Starting World War I by Soft Headed, Hard Heartedness (4/5)
Williams Jennings Bryan stood in Dayton and battled for the humane. He was no scholar,...
November 13, 2018
The Beauty of Business: What Bad Classical Education Misses (Part 3/5)
In 1914 classically educated men destroyed the world. 1918 was a disaster where almost everything...
November 12, 2018
Classical Education: Recognition Not Everything is school, though everything is a School (2/5)
We live in perilous times. Classical education can help, but only if we take care....
November 09, 2018
A Leadership Lesson from The Song of Roland or Why Charlemagne May Not Be Your Next College President, But You Might Consider Someone Like Him
Leaders: We Need Them Choosing a leader is hard and our present few decades of...
October 28, 2018
A Very Bad Way to Understand Texts or An Error I Made So You Do Not Have to Do So
Plato wrote a great many books and we are blessed with all of them. You...
October 16, 2018
An Artificial Controversy (A Guest Post by Dr. Eric Holloway)
I am (on occasion) asked about design and ideas surrounding design. Some questions are in...
October 12, 2018
A Better Soul Over Time (Republic Book X)
Education is not getting a credential, but making the soul more like it should be...
September 10, 2018
Courage, Jim, and Huck (Interactive Reading of Karen Swallow Prior 5/12)
The best professors make you see in a new way, consider again old opinions you...
September 01, 2018
Growing Up: Telemachus Finally Does or Better Late than Never
Sometimes life makes becoming an adult hard. Everything conspires to keep a boy from becoming...
August 27, 2018
The Better Road Not Taken (The Failures of the Seventeenth Century)
1616 came and Shakespeare and Cervantes died, but Bacon kept writing his way to a...
August 18, 2018
Work and Liberal Education: Hands that Act based on a Good Heart and a Virtuous Head
Don’t just talk, do things. Do not just do things, talk and then do things....
August 05, 2018
The End Can Turn Out to Be the Beginning (Summer in the Republic 58)
The community was so bad, educating people so difficult, and tyranny so much in fashion,...
July 30, 2018
Avoiding Edutainment in a Classroom Built for Haste (Summer in the Republic 52.5)
We are gluttons for edutainment, the thought- free substitute for education that gives us little...
July 26, 2018
What Happens When Injustice Appears in a Nation (Summer in the Republic 49)
Plato could foretell the future, but he was no prophet. How? A wise person knows...
July 25, 2018
At Odds with Myself (Summer in the Republic 48)
We should not commit any injustice, but we are imperfect in a world marred by...
July 21, 2018
Human Happiness, Community, and Discussion- A Brief Excursion to Meno (Summer in the Republic 45)
“Is it better to be a happy cat or a discontented Socrates?” This question seemed...
July 18, 2018
Let the Arguments Happen! (Summer in the Republic 42)
Debate as a Life Strategy: No Formal debates may be good, I have done a...
July 06, 2018
Socrates is not Enough: Why Orthodoxy Matters (Summer in the Republic! 30)
Socrates without the hope of orthodoxy leaves us at a loss. This is both frightening...
July 03, 2018
Obey the Tyrant? Only if You Hate Him! (Summer in the Republic 28!)
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