Monthly Archives: April 2012

Education as Energy Drink: Passion’s Shortcoming in the Classroom

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Sometimes, the sparks our students produce in class are nothing more than reflections of our own burning educational flames. Our inspiration animates students and gets them thinking and doing in our presence, but can they keep those Promethean embers alive … Continue reading

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Justice is determined by…

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Thrasymachus (or Thrasymakos) was an adversary of Socrates in Plato’s Republic. In Book I of the Republic, Thrasymachus attempts to disagree with Socrates concerning the nature of Justice. Thrasymachus wants to win. Thrasy (his street name :))claims that justice is … Continue reading

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