Integration is always teleological and shaped by intellect and affections, with the best integration moving along Scripture to Christ.
- Interdisciplinary wisdom: Eleanor Roosevelt on the Power of Personal Conviction and Our Individual Responsibility in Social Change and JFK on Poetry, Power, and the Artist’s Role in Society: His Eulogy for Robert Frost, One of the Greatest Speeches of All Time
- Kind engagement: How to Criticize with Kindness: Philosopher Daniel Dennett on the Four Steps to Arguing Intelligently
- Intended action: The Art of Sympathetic Enthusiasm: Goethe on the Only Opinion Worth Voicing About the Life and Work of Another
- Patient holism: Leonard Bernstein on Cynicism, Instant Gratification, and Why Paying Attention Is a Countercultural Act of Courage and Resistance
(C) Laura Springer
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