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  • Justo shared from Philosophy for Life: And other dangerous situations by Jules Evans
    For centuries, Plutarch’s cult of the hero was hugely influential in Western civilisation. The early Christians condemned it, of course, as a manifestation of pagan pride and vanity. But even as they condemned it, they drew on Plutarch’s psychology to create their own role models, in the lives of the saints, which they spread through their culture in stories, woodcarvings, tapestries and stained-glass windows.
  • Justo shared from Philosophy for Life: And other dangerous situations by Jules Evans
    From that perspective, The Republic presents a frightening first glimpse of that very modern figure, the intellectual revolutionary, who is deaf to all appeals for pity as he shapes his perfect society. The
  • Justo shared from Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That's Transforming Education by Ken Robinson, Lou Aronica
    We’re looking for students who are responsive and invested, but not necessarily formally skilled. I like to say we’re looking for the kid who cannot not dance.
  • Justo shared from Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That's Transforming Education by Ken Robinson, Lou Aronica
    I worry about my biological children growing up in a world of ‘Is it right? Well, I’ll find out when the test grader tells me.’
  • Justo shared from Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That's Transforming Education by Ken Robinson, Lou Aronica
    There’s a remarkable school in New Hampshire that, for them, the thing that matters the most is that people who graduate from their school have seventeen specific habits of mind and work—everything from collaboration and leadership to curiosity and wonder.
(Madrid, Spain)
Justo Hidalgo