philosophy

ChristianColleges.com’s Top 100 Theology Blogs Part 7: Politics

February 6, 2009

Post #7 of a review series on Christiancolleges.com’s Top 100 Theology blogs list. For details about the list, please see Post # 1 and Post # 2 in the series. Links to all the posts in the series can be found at the bottom of this post. Please feel free to comment offering your assessment […]

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ChristianColleges.com’s Top 100 Theology Blogs: Part 5 (General Theology Post No.4)

February 4, 2009

Post #5 of a review series on Christiancolleges.com’s Top 100 Theology blogs list. For details about the list, please see Post # 1 and Post # 2 in the series. Links to all the posts in the series can be found at the bottom of this post. Please feel free to comment offering your assessment […]

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Quote of the Week: On the Philosophy of Education

February 3, 2009

Welcome back to the series of quotes on the Philosophy of Education. This time I thought i would present some quotes by some controversial figures. I found these quotes interesting, in part because I would be likely to dismiss the ideas because of the messengers, but i am reminded to be slow to pass judgment. […]

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Quote of the Week: On the Philosophy of Religion

January 30, 2009

The essence of any religion lies solely in the answer to the question: why do I exist, and what is my relationship to the infinite universe that surrounds me? … It is impossible for there to be a person with no religion (i.e. without any kind of relationship to the world) as it is for […]

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Quote of the Week: On the Philosophy of Education

January 14, 2009

Those who educate children well are more to be honored than parents, for these gave only life, those the art of living well. – Aristotle, In Education ..for the object of education is to teach us to love beauty.– Plato But in truth I know nothing about the philosophy of education except this: that the […]

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What makes someone a "GOOD" Thinker?

August 16, 2008

Academic-type people often talk about people being top notch thinkers or describe colleagues they respect as having an incredible mind. But what do these terms really mean? Indeed, how can we judge another’s capacity to conceive of abstract concepts? Is what we are really expressing an assessment of a)how we feel we stack up (we […]

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