The Marks of an Educated Man by Nicholas Murray Butler.
That is the dilemma associated with terrorism--- the double-edged weapon. The old saying that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter, is still in vogue. A man belonging to Al-Qaeda can be a so-called freedom fighter for Bin-Laden but for President George Bush Government, he is simply a terrorist, who spills the blood of the innocents.
In determining what is meant by being educated and what is meant by an educated person, we must first know clearly what education is. Education is the pursuit of knowledge and it is whole-life-long. Let us consider this case: however great you are and how fast you can read, you cannot read all the books published in the world and know everything in details.
The educated man is a man with certain subtle spiritual qualities which make him calm in adversity, happy when alone, just in his dealings, rational and sane in the fullest meaning of that word in.
Paul was a man of the highest education among his peers. His life experience was unmatched and his devotion was second to none yet he himself knew that he would not stop pressing on to know Him more. The grades that I received in school and the praises I received in high school did not make me an educated person.
The Marks of an Educated Man Alan Simpson (1972-), president of Vassar College, was born in England but became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1954. He was educated at Oxford University and Harvard University and was a professor of history at the University of Chicago from 1946-1964. His books include Puritanism in Old and New England (1961) and Readings in the Formulation of.
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In the article “What Does It Mean to Be Well-Educated” Mr. Kohn point out 6 points on being educated. Point 1.The Point of Schooling. (Nel Noddings the professor emerita at Stanford University, urges us to reject “the deadly notion that the schools’ first priority should be intellectual development” and contends that “the main aim of education should be to produce competent, caring.