Re: flexibility in schools (was: Ethics in a void)

From: Michael Lorrey (
Date: Thu Jan 25 2001 - 10:05:56 MST

denis bider wrote:
> You and I are fortunate enough that what is taught in schools is largely
> (but definitely not entirely) compatible with the way we think. Catholic
> priests are, well, less fortunate.

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.

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