Alissa Wilkinson (chief film critic at Christianity Today) discusses Don Quixote civility, media journalism, and intellectual virtue in the context of Aaron Sorkin's HBO series, The Newsroom (starring Jeff Daniels).
Part 2 of 2 | Interview by Evan Rosa | "We believe the first place to start in learning is curiosity. If you feel like you really have it all figured out, that you've learned it all, then there's going to be very little that moves you or that excites you or that stimulates your imagination."
Part 1 of 2 | Interview by Evan Rosa | "[W]e have to recover virtue. We have to do the hard work of instilling in our children virtues that are going to stand the test of time, that have been written about for hundreds and hundreds of years. By reestablishing a sense of virtue in our education and the way we teach our children, I think we'll find we're preparing a generation to engage that new conversation."
Interview Part 1 of 2 with Fr. Richard Rohr | "Our true selves are not created or concocted by any means whatsoever, even religious formulas or decisions."
Ten questions to help you determine whether or not you an intellectually careful person.