Column on Udaimonia

I neglected to add in something else that I’ve written recently, which was for a colleague’s blog on education and the university experience. I wrote about how time, in the same place, with the same friends, with the same arguments, can arrest how we learn and what we learn.

It is, as a result, incumbent that we seek out disputation that challenges us.

 

There is a tendency to allow university experience to become insular. We hang out with the same friends, go to class with the same friends, and argue with the same friends. As a result, our social circle often becomes an echo chamber for our own views…

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