Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Relativism at DePaul

The American Thinker posts a refresher to the current educational disaster that is DePaul which includes this quote from Susanne Dumbleton, Dean of the School of New Learning:
“No one should ever use the role of teacher to demean the ideas of others or insist on the absoluteness of an opinion, much less press erroneous assertions.”
Insisting that no one should ever insist that something is absolute. Should we take Ms. Dumbleton's word on that?

Dean of the School of New Learning is an appropriate position for Ms. Dumbleton. I just wish the School was at another University.

Number 2 Pencil posts on it and rounds up other blogs providing some additional good old-fashioned learning on the subject. (Hat tip: Roger L. Simon)


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