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Shakespeare, Astronomy and a different Type of Education

“Not from the stars do I my judgment pluck, And yet methinks I have astronomy, But from thine eyes my knowledge I derive.” (SON.14) Tips for Use.   Education from the eyes of a lover. It’s going a bit overboard but it makes for a flattering compliment, especially if you met the object of your Read More

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Shakespeare and the Drawbacks of Education

“You taught me language and my profit on it Is, I know how to curse.” (Tempest, act 1, sc. 2) Tips for Use.  Excellent introduction for him who is delivering a presentation (alas! often a sermon) on education. E.G. “As Caliban told his teacher Prospero, ‘You taught me language and my profit on it is Read More

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