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The Art of the Question

The Art of the Question

By Joseph Woodard | (Source)  With typical ashen-gray melancholy, the old dean of St. John’s College once warned about the Great Books seminar: “You have to let a thousand golden moments just pass by… a thousand brilliant insights slip away…”  Back then, I thought he...
How to Fight Leftism in the Classroom

How to Fight Leftism in the Classroom

By Anna Agresti | (Source)  In her Advanced Placement government and politics class, a high school student named Anna was assigned to read a New York Times commentary that called the U.S. Constitution “imbecilic.” Many of her peers agreed with this conclusion based on...
Asking Questions, Seeking Answers

Asking Questions, Seeking Answers

By John Stonestreet | We’ve all heard there are no bad questions… well, that isn’t exactly true. In fact, the very first question was bad…. In his classic work, Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton talks about an English yachtsman who, thinking he had discovered an island...