Sean Brother

Andalucia, Spain

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Spanish

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Expert in protocol, security and public relations

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Any idea to improve on something, however little, the human condition, quality of life and protecting the planet. An idea for a better education.

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Just about worthy ideas, deep conversations, interesting questions. About learning, listening, thinking and mind growing. About empowering people.

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Sean Brother
Posted about 2 months ago
Is "life" fragile or robust?
Jacob: I share this thought of yours. And I'd say that to feel that force for living is one of the most empowering feeligs a human may have. It's wonderful despite the bad moments of life.
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Sean Brother
Posted about 2 months ago
Is "life" fragile or robust?
In my opinion, 'life' is robust; inner force for living is an amazing feature for all creatures. The adaptation of species to harsh environments offers a broad panorama of admirable beauty in struggling for life (there are abundant examples in TED talks) Another different thing is that when there aren't the adequate circumstances, a form of life may suffer or eventually desappear, but that's full of logic, if we think about renewal and evolution are constants for all species.
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Sean Brother
Posted about 2 months ago
Redefine the term "rehabilitation" in context of prison
Colleen, I agree. When somebody wants to change it's a a moral obligation of the society in which he lives, provide him/her with the best tools, the best means to achieve this. A society does not benefit itself disregarding the person who really wants to improve, in the first place, because it's not moral disregards their need for real support, and secondly because if the person who wants to integrate can't do so by lack of means, society will again suffer the consequences of their conduct.
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Sean Brother
Posted 2 months ago
Must government rest upon violence? If so, what are the implications?
Pat: Yes, it is true that taxes, laws, inflation can be force, but it is force accepted by the citizens, who lost a bit of their personal freedom to make possible the coexistence, which otherwise would be impossible. The red line could be drawn in many ways, but always with the consent of the majority of citizens. An example would be to draw it beyond where completes acquisition of advantages or property for the Group and begins the possibility that honest people may be disadvantaged or also people with misconducts can impose its policies on others. Greets.
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Sean Brother
Posted 2 months ago
Must government rest upon violence? If so, what are the implications?
In my opinion, no law, no policy, no form of social life can be legitimated or accepted if it is imposed by force. Another matter is that the State uses public force to compel those who fight to gain illicit, and/or destroy the legitimate wishes of coexistence of their community. But This is not a Government resting on violence, but using violence to control those who want to harm the community.
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Sean Brother
Posted 2 months ago
Is private online teaching worth it? Should we change useful traditional methods of teaching into suspicious new ones?
Hi Edulover: I totally agree with you. As I wrote, learning in classrooms must be the preferred system. Nothing can replace it successfully. But online clases has very interesting advantages when direct learning isn't possible or it's incomplete. And we musn't forget the possibility of extending education to many people, with very different life systems and at a low relative cost. Anyway, let's do our best for promoting any initiative that allows to extend an education of quality, to the largest number of people possible. To me, education is as important as oxygen, for life.
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Sean Brother
Posted 2 months ago
What is art? And why should we care what it is?
Yes, Bryan, you're right. But don't you think that right or beautiful or even simply adequate use of a language may be an art? I think yes. One can use a language as a tool, or use it as a wonderful instrument to create beautiful and harmony. That's my humble opinion.
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Sean Brother
Posted 2 months ago
Is private online teaching worth it? Should we change useful traditional methods of teaching into suspicious new ones?
Richard, my opinion is as follows: First, classrooms must be preferred, if possible. But online classes, permit to teach and to learn in places / moments very convenient for teacher and / or learners. I've learned by mean of these two systems, and although I personally appreciate the 'live' learning (classrooms), I must to say that e-learning has given to me access to matters that otherwise would be impossible to learn. Why not leave that both methods complement each other? In my opinion, the coexistence always means and brings enrichment, perfection.