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Political Beliefs

I wrote this elsewhere, but I’m rather proud of it. I suppose it’s a companion to the one on religion. The following are some of my political beliefs. On fiscal issues, I think the government should spend money efficiently, in … Continue reading

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Philosophy on Teaching

This was from a piece I wrote for a grad school assignment on my philosophy of teaching, especially in a multicultural setting… There are currently two conflicting developments within the field of education. On the one hand, policies such as … Continue reading

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Our Society Is Deeply Flawed And Yours Is Fine: Cultural Relativism Explained

This was something I wrote for a class on the philosophical foundations of education. Cultural relativism is the proposition that the actions of individuals can be understood only within the context of their culture, and that no culture is inherently … Continue reading

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Round-Up June 19 2013

I’ve posted links to a few best Superman lists.┬áSimon Abrams of Ebert.com offered something different, looking at the best interpretations of the man of steel, making good arguments for selections that haven’t appeared so prominently elsewhere. Brian Cronin considers a … Continue reading

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Recommended June 12 2013

It’s old news, but an interesting report. In late April, Ron Lunz of the American Conservative considered the inherent problems with the American media. Conor Friedersdorf of the Atlantic considered the reasons for the blind spots. Ross Baker of the … Continue reading

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