How do you balance intellectual humility, which asks that you resist the urge to insist you’re right, even when you might be wrong; and intellectual courage, which asks that you to stick to your guns, even if your argument receives a setback?
On Isaac Asimov’s “The Last Question,” Albert Camus’s “The Fall,” Karl Jaspers’s “Truth and Symbol,” C.S. Peirce’s “The Fixation of Belief,” Bertold Brecht’s “Theatre for Pleasure or Theatre for Instruction,” and Thomas Sheehan’s Stanford lectures on the Historical Jesus.
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