“With these dogma-dispelling safeguards installed in classroom controversies, one can at least feel confident that one is doing the best one can in handing to students the intellectual possibility of liberty. The effort will go largely unappreciated. They’re there, remember, for all the wrong reasons. You are too.”

— Richard Mohr, “The Ethics of Teaching”


One comment on “Teaching

  1. Pliny the Elder says:

    Some days I almost miss Richard.

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