Tag Archives: George Wythe University

Observing My Own Law: the Path to Peace and Perfection

This is my paper for my Eastern Religions class this semester.  I felt hesitant to share it, because this paper formed part of an intensely personal experience.  I am uncomfortable opening up so much publicly; however, every person that I … Continue reading

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Virtue

This is a paper I submitted for my Political Philosophy class.  Our assignment was to define virtue.        Specific virtues, private virtue, and public virtue are three facets of virtue as a whole.  Specific traits labeled virtues (such … Continue reading

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Bastiat Applied

My political economy class this semester introduced me to the works of Adam Smith and Karl Marx.  The writings of other philosophers and economists also provided insight to the group of budding economists at George Wythe, and one of my … Continue reading

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A Statesman in the Rough

A statesman is one who sees things how they are, knows how they should be, and identifies and fulfills his role in that improvement.  This process necessarily starts with self. While reading A Thomas Jefferson Education last night I noticed that … Continue reading

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Mentors in Leadership Education

Note: This is a double-post here and on my blog about my internship with Leadership Education Uganda – The Mzungu Mentor. A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-First Century is the most recent book that I … Continue reading

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