For ideas to truly stick, we must make contact with them repeatedly.
No burden is heavier to bear than the burden of a false idea.
[L]ike people, ideas have social lives. They’re one way when they’re by themselves, and another when they’re surrounded by their peers. Crammed together, they grow more uncertain, more interesting, more surprising; they come out of...
the ideas in the piece seemed to make such great sense.
difference,” but accepting that multiculturalism spreads across the very inner core of America’s institutions, and ingrained in the very essence of life, for multicultural perspectives, ideas, and ideologies empower us to elevate the multicultural discourse...
I get a lot of big ideas, and occasionally I actually come up with one myself.
They have new ideas and new ways of doing things, but it will be good for the students.