You don’t need to be brilliant to be wise.
Barry Schwartz on our real crisis. (We stopped being wise.)
Celebrate moral exemplars. People are inspired by moral heroes.
Tags: Character, Empathy, Incentives, Mediocrity, Mentors, Moral skill, Moral Will, Rules, Trusting teachers, Wisdom
This entry was posted on April 12, 2009 at 8:07 am and is filed under 2a. The Loving Inhabitants, 3g. Surviving Empire, 4. Maturity: The Promise of Adulthood, 4a. Emotional Growth, the Adult’s Path., 4b. Spirit and the path of Purpose and Significance, 4c. Conscience and Sacrifice: Actions towards Utopia.. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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