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As they say in the United States: “to be different is to be indecent.” The mass crushes beneath it everything that is different, everything that is excellent, individual, qualified and select. Anybody who is not like everybody, who does not … Continue reading
The individuals who make these disclosures feel so strongly about what they have seen that they’re willing to risk their lives and their freedom. They know that we, the people, are ultimately the strongest and most reliable check on the … Continue reading
A paper from much later Papert IBM Journal 2000 “What’s the big idea? Toward a pedagogy of idea power Here he distinguishes between the psychological (how a person is affected by a treatment) and epistemological (about ideas) aspects of learning … Continue reading
We choose between competing alternatives when we believe there is a difference that renders one preferable to the other. We pick between alternatives when we are indifferent to the distinctions between them. via The Checkpoint | Boston Review.