Dr. and Rabbi Henry Schreibman, Danny’s former freshman Professor at Dominican University of California, drops in to continue Danny’s education. We discuss the importance of ethical boundaries, student-teacher relationships, challenging students to confront the consequences of their learning, and a conversation about how humor can be appropriate even when it is in the face of the failure to learn from history, and sparking a commitment to being aware of our consequences from our own learning. Dr. Schreibman discusses how he leads a class to challenge their own ideas, complete quality research, and continue to evolve the centuries old discussions on the big questions of life.
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