10 February 2007

Learning Curiosity

Richard Dreyfuss: "TV is part of the problem. We discuss serious issues by image instead of text."

Richard Dreyfuss: "That's the constancy you can learn. You can actually learn the constancy of curiosity and the constancy of outrage. You can learn that it's OK to keep asking the questions and to be dissenters and if you don't, if you're not taught it, then you don't know it."


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