All Blog Posts Tagged 'Socrates' (2)

Heroes

No, this is not a reference to the TV show. Nor to people in tights with "special powers" and an obsession to do good.



Instead, I wondered about some personal heroes--aka role models, guides, inspirational exemplars, etc.--from history that some folks around here might have. Please feel free to share.



Here are my top 5:





1. Gandhi: committed to non-violence and justice without oppression; focused on personal experimentation with one's "truth" and approaching… Continue

Added by Justin Van Kleeck on April 30, 2010 at 12:32pm — 3 Comments

Cognitive Dissonance OR Jesus is a Shapeshifter

I think my Art History professor hit upon something last night while discussing the Pazzi Chapel designed by Brunelleschi. He said, “Belief is knowledge, and when you ‘know’ something, you are comfortable. But if I say, ‘WRONG!’ then suddenly your belief in what you thought you knew is called into question and you are uncomfortable.” He went on to discuss why the chapel itself was “comfortable” because it mathematically had correct proportions, etc. etc., but that quote got me… Continue

Added by Jas Brimstone on March 10, 2009 at 11:58am — 2 Comments

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