Matthew D'Antuono

Matthew D'Antuono
Matthew D’Antuono is a physics teacher in New Jersey. He holds bachelor’s degrees in physics and philosophy, a master’s degree in special education, and is working on a master's degree in philosophy at Holy Apostles in Cromwell, Connecticut. He is the author of A Fool’s Errand: A Brief, Informal Introduction to Philosophy for Young Catholics, and The Wise Guy and the Fool.
Socrates Looking in a Mirror
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It may seem paradoxical to find out that one of the great clarion calls of individuality, modernism, and liberality—“Be yourself”—turns out to be a profound declaration of classical ethics... “Stay true. Be you.”...
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A result of the fact-or-opinion training is that two categories are created in the mind of the student: things that are true, and things that are neither true nor false.  Essentially, the fact-or-opinion curriculum is first-rate training for thinking relativistically...