Re: flexibility in schools (was: Ethics in a void)
From: Justin Corwin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 25 2001 - 21:05:18 MST
>I don't know what sort of Catholic priests you have in Slovenia. I have
>found here that Catholic priests tend to not only be some of the most
>informed and intellectually challenging individuals (especially the
>jesuits) around, but their schools produce the best thinkers in the US,
>IMHO, outside of those raised in jewish households.
i would have to agree. jesuit schools can be some of the most rigorous and inspiring people come out of them.
i think it's the torturous mental gymnastics they make them perform. latin would tax anyone. they also learn massive amounts of western history, and much about pyschology as well. i have a lot respect for many of my catholic and jesuit school friends. they're not often extremely technically literate, but they're fun, and they can learn things very quickly.
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