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Prudence in Writing

Prudence in Writing

Blog ~by Joanne Schinstock~ In last month’s blog post, Mr. Eddie Kotynski wrote that “a prudent person can discern what ideas and acts conform to reality and which do not.”. Looking back on the last 3 years of teaching the Writing & Rhetoric series, I recall one...
Upward and Outward: The Tree of Wisdom and Its Prudential Fruit

Upward and Outward: The Tree of Wisdom and Its Prudential Fruit

Blog ~by Phaedra Shaltanis~  Picture the grandest tree you know: maybe a live oak or a tropical monkeypod. Envision its breadth and height. Notice the span of its branches, their interconnected tangle. Imagine its roots sprawling underground, ever reaching for...
Learning Like Mary in the Age of Martha

Learning Like Mary in the Age of Martha

Blog ~by Devin O’Donnel~ “Man can get used to anything, the scoundrel!” So says Dostoyevsky in more than one of his novels. This observation of human nature does not pertain merely to morality or psychology. It relates to anything human. And when it comes to...