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<h1>The Reflective Commons</h1>
 
<h1>The Reflective Commons</h1>
 
<h3>Hello</h3>
 
<h3>Hello</h3>
<div class="insert_right"><p class="insert large">To educate educators!<br />But the first ones must educate themselves!<br />And for these I write.</p><p class="insert right small" style="margin-top: -1em;">Nietzsche<ref><i>The Portable Nietzsche</i> (New York: Penguin Books, 1968) p. 50, Walter Kaufmann, trans.</ref></p></div>
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<div class="insert_right"><p class="cent large">To educate educators!<br />But the first ones must educate themselves!<br />And for these I write.</p><p class="right small" style="margin-top: -1em;">Nietzsche<ref><i>The Portable Nietzsche</i> (New York: Penguin Books, 1968) p. 50, Walter Kaufmann, trans.</ref></p></div>
 
<p class="large"><b>Here's a worksite for persons educating themselves.</b></p>
 
<p class="large"><b>Here's a worksite for persons educating themselves.</b></p>
 
<p>Let's question, think, and work together:
 
<p>Let's question, think, and work together:

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The Reflective Commons

Hello

To educate educators!
But the first ones must educate themselves!
And for these I write.

Nietzsche[1]

Here's a worksite for persons educating themselves.

Let's question, think, and work together:

  • How can and should we form ourselves?
  • Why should we engage in self-educating?
  • How can we interact together to further our self-cultivation?
  • What impediments and distractions should we avoid?
  • What resources will help us learn liberally and form ourselves as we seek to do?

We are just beginning this worksite. What's here sketches it. Look it over. If you want, request an account and start, big or small. Everything needs doing.

References

  1. The Portable Nietzsche (New York: Penguin Books, 1968) p. 50, Walter Kaufmann, trans.