Western Classroom Famous Quotes & Sayings

3 Western Classroom Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Western societies want men to be upstanding, proactive citizens who take responsibility for themselves, who work with others to improve their communities and nation as a whole. The irony is that society is not giving the support, guidance, means, or places for these young men even to be motivated or interested in aspiring to these goals. In fact, society - from politics to the media to the classroom to our very own families - is a major contributor to this demise because it is inhibiting young men's intellectual, creative, and social abilities right from the start. And the irony is only compounded by the fact that men play such a powerful part in society, which means they are effectively denying their younger counterparts the opportunity to thrive.Philip G. Zimbardo Western Classroom Sayings By Philip G. Zimbardo: Western societies want men to be upstanding, proactive citizens who take responsibility for themselves, who
We in the West have been at the mercy of those who where supposed to translate and explain an entire ideology but instead sanitized it and camouflaged it. The same applies on the other side. In western culture, democracy is being taught in the classroom, but it is a historically understood concept. The intellectual translation into Arab Muslim culture depends on the "translating party." In those cultures, its real meaning has been complicated and altered in the madrassas (Islamic religious schools) or when taught by antidemocracy teachers.Walid Phares Western Classroom Sayings By Walid Phares: We in the West have been at the mercy of those who where supposed to
Professors rarely speak of the place of eros or the erotic in our classrooms. Trained in the philosophical context of Western metaphysical dualism, many of us have accepted the notion that there is a split between the body and the mind. Believing this, individuals enter the classroom to teach as though only the mind is present, and not the body.Bell Hooks Western Classroom Sayings By Bell Hooks: Professors rarely speak of the place of eros or the erotic in our classrooms. Trained