A Classical Education Requires Humility, Not Brilliance

“A classical education is a place for remedy, medicine, balm, ointment, and healing. It is a confessional booth. If a classical school is a place for therapy, then it is a place for learning to walk again after a car crash, not a place for a psychiatrist’s couch. It is a place for people who have hope and need help. It is not a place for people who are just fine, special, brilliant, advanced, and desperately in need of confirmation and praise. Those who are well do not need a physician.”

-from Only Man Can Be Healed

Published by Joshua Gibbs

Sophist. De-activist. Avid indoorsman.

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