Posts Tagged: education

If We Accept It, Peace Will Come

Over the years, my parents often tell me about the origins of what I know. Things like, why I call the remote control a “clicker”.  This reminds me of the way that I am now opening myself up to the

If We Accept It, Peace Will Come

Over the years, my parents often tell me about the origins of what I know. Things like, why I call the remote control a “clicker”.  This reminds me of the way that I am now opening myself up to the

Is Science Art or is Art Science? Humanism and its Grey Area

Most people think that Humanism is all about hard core rationalism and science. However, I think that the Arts are a huge part of Humanism because it amazing how much books, music, and visual arts have influenced our lives as

Is Science Art or is Art Science? Humanism and its Grey Area

Most people think that Humanism is all about hard core rationalism and science. However, I think that the Arts are a huge part of Humanism because it amazing how much books, music, and visual arts have influenced our lives as

Education is Timeless

          When reading an introduction to humanism, as an assignment for class, I was somewhat surprised by how much I could relate to the renaissance values that were described.  The reading was from A History of Western

Education is Timeless

          When reading an introduction to humanism, as an assignment for class, I was somewhat surprised by how much I could relate to the renaissance values that were described.  The reading was from A History of Western

Liberal Arts, Then and Now: Creating the Wise or the Foolish?

The liberal arts: essential topics of study for the movers and shakers, people who want to be well-educated and are convinced that they can make a difference in the world. Many current educators, such as Jordan Elliott, head of the

Liberal Arts, Then and Now: Creating the Wise or the Foolish?

The liberal arts: essential topics of study for the movers and shakers, people who want to be well-educated and are convinced that they can make a difference in the world. Many current educators, such as Jordan Elliott, head of the