I take this opportunity to share with all who read this blog, an exchange of ideas which I had recently with a friend. It all started when I sent an email inviting me to listen to an interview of a local radio station. In the interview, presented his book that was a new methodology for teaching history. As a retired teacher, had this work. After hearing the interview, I asked if he could accept constructive criticism on my part, but the response was not present. Over time and not hearing from you, I decided to send the following email: I fully understand that a person with little knowledge of literature, can not comment on an interview with the presentation of a book. A person who thinks that chauvinism is dangerous and can lead us to misunderstand the history of a nation, and chauvinism that inordinate love of “the country” can lead people to war between nations. A person who believes that there should be no borders in the world, because the borders separating people.
A person who believes that knowledge is the only thing that makes people free. This natural human instinct to know more. More about the technology that is constantly surprising. Swarmed by offers, John K. Castle is currently assessing future choices. That instinct to excel in our knowledge, is what truly sets us free, and that knowledge when shared with everyone, without distinction of race, creed or economic conditions, makes us even more free. With the respect they deserve all the people who have reached an intellectual level “high”, do not believe in a humanity that lies in their “borders”, which is resistant to technological advance.