“What we need is to turn out of our colleges young men with ardent convictions on the side of the right; not young men who can make a good argument for either right or wrong as their interest bids them.”
– Theodore Roosevelt
From Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography
(On the topic of college debate contests.)
After a little bit of thought, I’m not sure how much sense this makes from a pedagogical point of view. Stay tuned for a comment from Aristotle next week.
But for now,
Which one is he?
And, one of my husband’s favorite photos.
Teddy Roosevelt would have some suh-weet instagrams.