Thrasymakos

A blog written by the Humanities Texas 2012 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, 2011 Outstanding Educator of North Texas Award (North Central Texas College). Charles Cooper was a high school & college government educator. He is currently a digital learning consultant for ESC Region 11 in Texas. He incorporates philosophy, technology & humor at high cognitive levels. A student through and through, he teaches what he loves.

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Posts by Thrasymakos

Wedding Crashers: Counterpoint vs Harmony

“True love is your soul’s recognition of its counterpoint in another” One of my favorite movies of all time is Wedding Crashers.  It’s funny, chaotic, […]

A Leadership Lesson from Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer — Leadership Freak

Rudolph was a treasure waiting to be discovered. Irritants become advantages in the right situation. My impatience irritates a person on my team. (It probably […]

On Faith

Faith is hard. LOL & also UGH… Harvesting the fruits of faith is difficult even though they are among the sweetest of things. Faith, in one […]

Sores and Defensive Speeches

Words …even normal, daily yakkings … carry scars, culture, history, and a family lineage with them…much like people do.  If one is an over thinker […]

Hegel: Faith and Reason as we move toward “what should be”

 The book to read for reference here is Reason in History by G.W.F. Hegel. My pal, Hegel, suggests that sometimes giving into the loss of […]

Diotima of Mantinea

By all means, marry.  If you get a good wife, you’ll become happy; otherwise, you’ll become a philosopher. ~Socrates Socrates was married.  We know that from […]

Leveraging your ignorance to benefit students

Guest Post By Charles Cooper Our world is surrounded by mystery. We seek out limits to our knowledge when watching movies, reading dystopian books, and […]

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