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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:30 min | 2 months ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And Machiavelli had no no, I cast up it all. Well, No, that wouldn't be true to say, and Harvey Mansfield would shutter. I fear that my entire performance in this thing I want to repeat here, my humility that it is my position. Learn from my teacher, Harry Jaffa that no man can really learn well, more than three great books and even that's very difficult. So I protest that. Most of what I'm talking about. I don't really know. But I say that for such as Harvey Mansfield in particular, But no. Machiavelli is a contemporary of Martin Luther and my Machiavelli sees some problems that have developed in part because of the birth of Jesus and the spread of Christianity. All of the sudden the idea grows the course There is one God for every man, then the authority to rule to govern comes from God. And there were abuses in church governance, which spread beyond nearly spiritually matters that were very, very difficult to correct. It's taken a long time to correct them. In my opinion, the United States of America and its doctrines are the correction of them. I have to go back, Tomo part one of our conversation. When you're talking about your teacher, Harry Johnson. He said. They had read three great books, and one was The ethics and the other was the Bible in the 30 left on name because that third have been the Prince. No, I think the question is more. I think Plato's Republic has included. Now you're right. It wasn't and then the Bible or Shakespeare, or I guess it's really a contest between the two. Of course, I speculated on this for you, but it's not the prince. He said. No, no, not for him. It wouldn't be. It could be for Harvey. I don't know that they asked Harvey that he would give me a cryptic answer. Just like Carrie. Jennifer would. What about the Republic? Machiavelli's other great work? Well, it's a different kind of thing that Plato's Republic, the distinction between it and you know all of Machiavelli's works. The prince and the discourses included the discourses on Livy. Machiavelli's idea about how to study politics is not Construct a regime of perfection and then measure the ones we have buy it. It is emphatically to excuse that idea. And so these books same very different, and all of his books seem very different than reading Plato and especially Plato and any of the classics Doctor on Martin Luther Big Subject for five minutes, Tina. Well, Luther is born in 14 83. In in Germany, he becomes a monk. He goes to Rome. He notices that Rome is very world like pay. And by worldly I mean, sort of the way Washington D. C is today at its worst involved in power and full of whisperings. Yeah, that's right. It's he's appalled by what he sees. Famous thing is the selling of indulgences. They say there's an argument that's very important in the Reformation about the nature of church authority. That's one of of a few arguments and see if I could name them that's going on there. There's the nature of church authority. There's The relationship between faith and works as a means of salvation that calls into question the standing of the virtues and the vices. The truth. The doctrines at the time that Luther came are really derived from the passage in Matthew. Which says Who Who do you say that I am and Peter replies. You are the Christ the son of the living God and Jesus replies to him Roughly. I don't have in front of me. But upon the Czar Peter Peter is pet tries the Greek word for stone. And upon this rock, I will build my church. And what you bind on Earth. I will bind in heaven and what you loose on earth. I will loose in heaven and the special place of the apostles and carrying on Jesus teaching, and this particular thing gives rise to the idea. But it is bishops there is to say the descendants of the park apostles who have had their hands laid upon them who carried with it in a special way. The message of Jesus down through the ages. And that the successors of Peter, who became the bishop of Rome. Are the key are key are the key representatives of God on Earth? That's the Catholic Roman Catholic doctrine. No. What That means, though, is that you have power. And one of the things that grew up there was a terrible corruption was this idea that if you pay money to a priest, maybe to the church and maybe to the priest personally, your sins will be forgiven. In other words, do him a favor. And that corruption by the way is a skewed by the reformed Catholic church that we have today. I'm myself understand the pope. The current pope John Paul, the second to be a very great man, and these arguments were very serious argument. Luther Saul, that He rebelled against it. That led him in a long serious of works, I think is translated works and English pick up 56 volumes that led him to develop. A new Way of understanding Church authority and the relationship between faith and works. These two things are related by the way, because If the church has authority, and if works that is to say things that you do. Are important to your salvation. That gives the church some authority to control your behavior. He was also though not just revolutionary. He was really quite a reactionary when it came to government on this planet over people like the peasant revolt in his regions of Germany. That's right, and What would be fair to say? You know, he Luther was a Conservative, You know, that's a hard that it's not a very good word conservative. I'm one but you know, I can say what I mean, when I said that I'm a patriot. What I mean what I'm a conservative is that I want to keep certain doctrines alive and I could name what they are. Luther was of a conservative temper. Um, he did not wish to upset the German society. He was not. Nor was Calvin, his his blood brother and near contemporary Neither of them. Would would would characterize themselves as political thinkers and having an idea about how to govern. They thought in general, taking passages from the Bible that just about anybody in power. If he was in power was put there by God. And that and that even the worst tiring could not extinguish face or attack faith. So his politics are Are there not worked out the way Some Christian thinkers. Politics have been My my my. My own opinion is that that is failing of kind. And I'll get to that. When we get to the American Revolution. You did not mention Francis Bacon and I don't know anything about Francis Bacon. Why did you pick him? What do we need to know? I picked him because of one word science. Bacon. Is a development on Machiavelli that leads to the understanding of science in the sense of modern science technology. Uh, bacon, Chief works or the new Atlantis.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The last radio hour of the week. That means it is time for the Hail Dale dialogue. Once a week, we go very high and we go sometimes very old today. We're going way back. With Dr Larry on president of Hillsdale College, and his colleague, Dr Carl Young, who has been teaching classics and hilltown College for a long time. Got his PhD from Dukie Been on before we welcome you back, Professor Young. It's good to have you both doctor and welcome. We're talking about Constitution, which is a good time because all of a sudden we're looking at The Constitution's on the table in this election. I don't know if you agree with that doctor arm, but it's good to look back and pull Libya's because the Constitution's on the line in November. Well, if you read the papers, the election's already over and the Constitution's already dead. We're not giving up, not giving up. I heard that Joe Barton distinguished himself this morning. There was on Wednesday. He said that the well play it for you, too, because I got it on my permanent board. Now on Dr Young be prepared. This is The president being interviewed by a CBS reporter who happens to be African American and this transpired. They have you taken a cognitive? No, I haven't taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test? Come on, man. That's like saying you before you got this program. If you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not, What do you think? Are you a Jody's? Are you a junkie? So, Dr Arden, are you a junkie? I mean, you do there, but my answer is not this morning, Dr Young. OK, what? Possibly inappropriate question. Could I ask a classicist unhealed down? Are you a Canadian? I mean, my tar Heels you go. There you go. You're a dukie. Good. Well, let's get to the subject that had politicas Dr Young I got to tell you, I'm sure Harvey Mansfield brought this up and got one of three Air B but either skip class or I slept through it because when Dr Ryan said, we want to do Bolivia's I said you, Do you get that a lot? Yeah, think Olivia's definitely and unappreciated or underappreciated figure in the in the history of political thought. Hey, is enormously influential on Renaissance political theorist,.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KTOK

"Let's do a little bit more this because it provides a philosophical context for what you've been hearing in these debates and elsewhere in utopia ruled by masterminds that's what you saw on the stage last night is both necessary and necessarily primitive for exclusive so much that is known to man and about ma'am the mastermind is driven by his own boundless conceit in delusional aspirations which he self identifies as a noble calling he alone is uniquely qualified to carry out this mission see this governor from Washington state is a real head case he's in his own mind a savior of mankind only man will bend to his will such can be the addiction to power it can be in your rationally egoistic an absurdly frivolous passion leading golf's even sensible people and this the mastermind suffers from my psychosis of sorts and endeavors to substitute his own ambitions for the individual ambitions of millions of people the mastermind of Sir by an enthusiastic intelligence or experts so called professionally engaged in developing and spreading utopian fantasies hello there are conspicuous exceptions long time Harvard professor of political theoretician Harvey Mansfield explained that modern intellectuals have monumental in patients with human complexity and imperfection they believe that politics is a temporary necessity to the rational solution is put in place now course the rational solutions are not rational all well intellectuals are obviously smart they're not smart enough to have conquered the social sciences and use them to re jigger society they are posers to knowledge they do not and cannot possess they do not and cannot possess we the people for we the people transforming society becomes a struggle between the utopia and self determination and self preservation since the individual must acquiesce to centralize decision making apart from brute force the mastermind has in his arsenal a weapon that provides him with a predominant advantage the law the law centralizing and consolidating authority is required to replace dispersed decision making with the command and control structure the purpose of which is too hort coerced behavior pursued a fantasy I dogmatic cause a false religion eccentric that's not to say that knowledge and information from outside the central authority go without notice but instead it is collected in a self serving haphazard an incomplete way to take a minute just to torment and control but never as a means to fundamentally challenge assumptions reconsider policies or disprove the utopian ends how could it said she tokenism rejects rationality appear schism from the outset it repudiates experience it said to be new different better and bigger that's just not give the philosophical context whether radicalized Democrat party in their candidates that you've heard for two nights in a row now they're pushing a utopian fantasy.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Let's do a little bit more this because it provides a philosophical context for what you've been hearing these debates and elsewhere in utopia ruled by masterminds that's what you saw on the stage last night is both necessary and necessarily primitive for exclusive so much that is known to man and about ma'am the mastermind is driven by his own boundless conceit in delusional aspirations which he self identifies as a noble calling he alone is uniquely qualified to carry out this mission see this governor from Washington state is a real head case he's in his own mind a savior of mankind the only man will bend to his will such can be the addiction to power it can be an irrational egoistic an absurdly frivolous passion adding galls even sensible people and this the mastermind suffers from my psychosis of sorts and endeavors to substitute his own ambitions for the individual ambitions of millions of people the mastermind is Sir by an enthusiastic intelligence or experts so called professionally engaged in developing and spreading utopian fantasies although there are conspicuous exceptions long time Harvard professor of political theoretician Harvey Mansfield explained that modern intellectuals have monumental in patients with human complexity and imperfection they believe that politics is a temporary necessity to the rational solution is put in place now course the rational solutions are not rational at all well intellectuals are obviously smart they're not smart enough to conquer the social sciences and use them to re jigger society they are posers to knowledge they do not and cannot possess they do not and cannot possess we the people for we the people transforming society becomes a struggle between the utopia and self determination and self preservation since the individual must acquiesce to centralize decision making apart from brute force the mastermind has in his arsenal a weapon that provides him with a predominant advantage the law the law centralizing and consolidating authority is required to replace dispersed decision making with the command and control structure the purpose of which is too hort chorus behavior in pursuit of a fantasy I dogmatic cause a false religion eccentric that's not to say that knowledge and information from outside the central authority go without notice but instead it is collected in a self serving haphazard an incomplete way to take a minute just to torment and control but never as a means to fundamentally challenge assumptions reconsider policies or disprove the utopian ends how could it said she tokenism rejects rationality empiricism from the outset it repudiates experience it said to be new different better and bigger does this not give the philosophical context whether radicalized Democrat party in their candidates that you've heard for two nights in a row now they're pushing a utopian fantasy.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"April fifth at Harvard University. Jeff burger, he's a former assistant secretary of state former chief of staff to Senator dick Lugar, author of the book, the vanishing. Congress reflections on politics in Washington. It was joined by Harvard. Professor Harvey Mansfield. WC has more book TV next. We'll hear from the author of left to their own devices. She says the greatest generation gap in history is the generation gap between digital natives those born during the widespread use of digital technology and those people born before the widespread use of digital technology. She made her comments at the Harvard coop in Cambridge introduced by Christopher Coles of the Harvard. Coop. Get started. Good evening, everyone. And welcome to the latest addition of the coupe author series in conjunction with book TV tonight. We are very pleased to have with us Julie Albright author of left to their own devices. How digital natives are reshaping the American dream published this month by month. Yes books. Julie Albright is sociology specializing in digital culture and communications a lecturer in applied psychology. And in the engineering departments at the university of southern California. Dr Albright's research focuses on the growing intersection of technology and socio behavioral systems her riding on digital culture and behavior has appeared in a number of scholarly articles and book chapters in addition, she has served as a peer reviewer and the National Science Foundation, get canonic and social Richard research council and a variety of other professional publications a sought after keynote speaker and consultant for her incites. Dr Albright has also given talks at several major. Data center and energy conferences served as a research associate at e harmony and has appeared as an expert in national media outlets such a CNN NBC nightly news, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times NPR in left to their own devices. Dr Albright takes penetrating look at the behaviors and mores of the nascent generation of digital natives those young people who have never lived during a time without advanced digital technology. Detailing the many ways that digital natives interaction with technology has changed their relationships with people places jobs and other stabilizing structures..

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"What is the best way for a beta male to become an alpha male, especially in terms of relationships. First step stop using those terms. This terms are so stupid. It's just this issue of if you're just talking about manliness and alpha male and masculinity all the time. Probably you don't exhibit a whole lot of it. If you gotta talk about it. If you gotta say, it, probably you don't exhibit a whole lot of it. How to be a man, I don't know you could go in the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king. I guess but had to be a man you first of all should be gentlemen. If you're asking specifically with regards to relationships and women alpha male type wanna be idiots. Do this all the time. They try to be really boastful, and they peacock, and they try to be big jerks. That's not how to be a man I tried to be a gentleman a gentleman puts people at ease. That's all gentlemen does. So when you're on a date ask questions and don't just ask questions be interested in what she's saying like women love women as the first step then be confident then. Don't have feel that you have to prove yourself. Don't try to work out. All these little tricks. Don't try to scheme. Don't try to get one over don't. That's very unmanly stuff. There's a good book on this called manliness by Harvey Mansfield. It's it's worth reading, and whenever you hear people going onto you about alpha and beta just ignore what they have to say that's going to be probably the most helpful advice on your journey to become a man. Good luck, son, godspeed. All right. That's our show so much more to get to. But what can you do? You gotta read a four hundred page report. First thing in the morning. Go over to daily wire dot com..

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Harvey Mansfield was forced not to give an actual grades to his own students at Harpo inflation with that as an inherent at. What point does the fact that you can go on the internet and learn so much of this stuff and get even classes and lectures from people who actually know things will get the great courses DVD's overseas, CDs, and listen to those at what point does that kind of overcome the brandy what being full of crap it's really about the employers. His the fact is that if there were not a market interest in you spending two hundred thousand dollars to for a four year education, which you learned nothing. Okay. Because if you're a policy major, I'm apologize agent. You didn't learn anything for aid and learn how to write doesn't learn. How thank you learned nothing. Okay. If he and learning to create country rifts on the piano. Legitimately you'd probably learn more Juku studying country music than I did studying political science at UCLA, if if employers were instead to look like, they're honestly you want to know the actual solution to this real credentialing. Okay. What this would be is you take the SAT wouldn't go to college. The SAT energy pie would Termine where he were published. You just right there, you go straight to trade school on the basis because that's what they're doing. Okay. That is exactly how you well. Well, you've identified the problem, which is there is this idea that we all have now, which is that four year liberal arts. College is supposed to give you a skill. That isn't you're not supposed to get a skill from the liberal arts. You are explicitly not supposed to have any skill. You were supposed to study history. Math. You have seen the art of freedom. That's right. Yeah. That's right. I want to get to another question, but I'll close out with this. I have a theory and it's the five percent. Erie alcoholics anonymous has a success rate of approximately five percent of the. If you're an alcoholic, and you go through the program at AAA five percent of you will get clean. Hey. The the interesting aspect of that is that if you don't go throughout the Hollick synonymous you also have a five percent chance of getting sober. So statistically a drunk in alcoholics anonymous as the exact same chance of getting sober as drunk outside of alcoholics anonymous, and you could look at that and say we'll see how it's anonymous is a sham. I don't put a pen right there. My theory is that this same thing will apply across the board. Dave Ramsey's a pal of a kind of a hero in in broadcasting and somebody that I personally look up to an awful lot for the business that he's built. I have some disagreements with Dave Ramsey's. Financial philosophy. I think it has a great sort of. Understanding of human nature. But I think and I think, but I think that it also has a few problems with I suspect that something like five percent of people who adhere to the Dave Ramsey philosophy actually manage to save up a successful nest egg for retirement, and I suspect that also five percent of people who don't listen to Dave Ramsey will manage to save up a successful nest egg for retirement, I think college and a liberal arts degree, your son Spencer's at grand example, Spencer nosy thing or two about the liberal arts for his trouble. I suspect that five percent of people who go through the university system will walk out knowing a thing or two about the liberal arts. I suspect five percent of people who don't go through the system, we'll know finger to about the liberal arts at gives you as an example, you're kind of a hybrid you went through the system. Learn nothing about the liberal arts got out. On stack. This is my five percent theory. Doesn't mean that a liberal education is bad. It doesn't mean that. Dave Ramsey's financial freedom universe is wrong. It doesn't mean that alcoholics anonymous is useful. It means that some small part of the population..

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Whatever it is Alexandria, Casio Cortez is the evidence that we need to rethink and rehabilitate the liberal arts because stem, broadly speaking, at least engineering is a skill. It's a job at trains you for a job the liberal arts. Don't do that they train you to think about the world to understand your own civilization. If you don't understand your past you won't understand your future. And the idea that we now have someone in the government like AO see who was scolding Tim Sloan of Wells Fargo a man who's IQ is seven times. What is let me I'm gonna push back. Again, you went to Yale for how. Well, you know. It depends on the you know, I went for forty. We went for four years. How long did you go to public? School before that thirteen years for thirteen years. So it doesn't make sense to me if the government's going to pay for education, and that education is opposed to result in you know, in a finger to and being prepared for the real world. How is it possible that they should be able to accomplish this in or years? You're would they have been unable to accomplish anything of the sort in your your point is so right? The I mean the way to fix it. Because I am actually a great defender of liberal arts education over the trade schools it like it really matters for some people. But the problem with democratic a Galateri in society is we've decided if one person goes to a four year private college everybody has to go to a four year. And if everybody's going to do it, then the government has to pay for it. And then everyone is going to get in standards are going to be lowered a bunch of fake academic disciplines are going to be created ever. It's just utterly leveling. It horns people who have two hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of debt, it harms taxpayers arms that government it harms the union yet. Parents and students have been lied to. They were told that when the when they sent their kid to college a couple of things we're going to happen one the earning potential would inevitably rise. No matter what they did in college. And to they were going to exit with the skill set. And both of those things are are essentially false. Yup. The the earning potential may rise. But only as a as an adjunct of sorte, meaning that employers look at a person who wants he'll differently than a person who entered yuko. That's just the way that works. Even if the person who went to Juku ends up being much better business person than the person who went I mean, this is this is a point. I mean, I I made this point on my show. I told the story that that probably shouldn't have told about a human who will remain name cursing, you out for not having gone to college. Because this is what they went after all this person did go to Harvard, and and that was deeply deeply important because it was credentialing they knew that in the elite strata of American society that credential matters. But the reason originally the criminal matter was not for this ordering is because the assumption was not only that you were smarter. If you went to the university that you learn more and better things at these top level, universities that is no longer true. The only thing that Ivy leagues provide is the credential on the wall unless you are learning an actual thing. But this and they actual things. And here's the thing. Once once it got watered down, and you weren't wearing actual things anymore. And it was just the credential. This is how you get to the point where colleges now have an active interest in not exposing people to uncomfortable ideas. Because if you go there just for the credential and just to build the social fabric. The last thing you want is somebody spoiling the party with things like tough grades or ideas. You've never heard this. My Harvey Mansfield was forced not to give an actual grades to his own students at below inflation with bad as an inherent bed at what point does the fact that you can go on the internet and learn so much of this stuff and get even classes and lectures from people who actually know things will get the great courses DVD's overseas, CDs and listen to those at what point does that kind of overcome..

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"So much to get to. But I love this question we have to delve into this question because the left is finally acknowledging this may the central conundrum in in their ideology, which is you can have transgenderism or you can have feminism. But you cannot have both right now at eastern Michigan university the school is canceling a performance of the vagina monologues. If you you know, I've done a lot of theater in my life. So I'm familiar with this. If you're not familiar, it's women who get on stage, and they talk about their vaginas. That's the vagina monologues. This was a groundbreaking theater in recent years. They're canceling this performance. Why is it? This is long been a favorite staple of feminist groups on campus. They always do the vagina monologues. The reason they're canceling it is because it's offensive to people. Because of course, not all women have Jonah's and not all people who have vaginas are women. Don't you know that? Of course, that's ridiculous. But that's that's what they believe. Now, not all women have. Vaginas because some men who dressed like women who think that they're women who very much want to be women or now calling themselves women in this erases the category. I got it too. I feel for this woman, Meghan Murphy. If you're watching Meghan this feminist writer in Canada. You're welcome to come on the show anytime you want. We can talk about this because it has me siding with the feminists. And that's a rare occurrence I sort of choosing that that new gender ideology or feminism is a little bit choosing, cyanide, or arsenic. But if I have to choose a miniature the feminists because at least they're sort of talking about women, at least a feminists from the old school, at least of the first wave or talking about women and the feminists in the nineteen sixties and seventies made a deal with the devil. They may specifically they made a deal with coral marks and Frederick Nietzsche. They made a deal with a relativism with nihilism with obliterating the category of gender altogether. The reason they did this. It makes perfect sense. Why they did this the that I way the feminists they wanted the vote for women. They were Suffragettes they wanted certain political protections certain political privileges and advantages and economic advantages. Okay. That's fine. They still acknowledged that men are men and women are women men and women have different bodies. They have different virtues in many ways, they have different tendencies often have different goals have different ways of being just for one example, women tend to be more moderate than men Harvey Mansfield writes about this in his book manliness, they tend to be more moderate than men I can tell you this because I was at a bachelor party two weeks ago. I know that moderation is not a particularly manly virtue. It's not something that men are very good at men tend to be bolder more assertive and more willing to take risks that that's why the vast majority of entrepreneurs or men because they're more willing to engage in risky behavior..

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"Not be subject. To classical liberal position that's liberal. Position but if Harvard interesting will never defend the classical liberal position so when they wanted to basically defend themselves. On the statute as far as I'm concerned they look like intellectual laughingstocks titled six sits there and Harvard cannot remove it in time so, it's got to give us an explanation daddy is let me connect. This, to what something going on in New. York as, well the mayor of New, York is is interested to remove the admissions test the very challenging intellectually admissions tests of the best and most selective high schools, in New York because of his concern that Asian Americans are Representative that's. Been a protest by Asian American parents in New York this look Looks. Like a now I connect the dots here Harvard University and Stevenson high school do this looks like a national trend and Richard they're not, they're not ashamed of themselves for being caught well the differences, hobbit will still dissimulate. That it's not doing what, it knows it's doing which is kind of. Painful and it's one of the things that. People always said when you engage in discrimination with laws against Jews that you tend to mistake. What's going on in order to try to beat it back. A de Blasio doesn't think that he's subject to any of, this stuff the man knows, nothing about education indeed anything else as far as, I can tell us so he pushes. This program basically the same Wiki he puts. The program there is a fairly detailed study that's been done which announces that the tests. Have very high predictive abilities and so forth and the reason is you, can't fake being scientists if you don't know how to take the first visit of a of a sign equation you're not going to be able. To fake it by saying I'm a diverse God and so. What hap- Is they understand it's. A heavily scientific program there's. No place to hide you start. Engaging a diversity program then what you're gonna do. Is you're. Going to see that there's some students who. Need, remedial man and other people who saw them wanna learn the calculus of variations a differential equations or something and. There's just no way that you can teach both of these groups in the same class oh what happens at Harvard is you get in they have what it down all this is requirements so most of the people who get it on the low end of the. Scores spectrum they stay away from. The. Physical size is the math and so forth and. They take cut his study horses and race studies. Gender studies equity the. Hobbit grading system explodes so that everybody's in a, student Harvey Mansfield is a bit of a contrarian blesses soul says he. Always gives the students to great the one that's required by Harvard standards in the one that he thinks the students are words if he, were not engaged in this kind of hothouse environment and so, what happens is hard. Runs to universities on The inside and I'm sure if you. Started, to look to the students in the traditional? Classes the Asian students white students that Jewish students. Basically follow pretty much traditional criteria in which all of these extra stuff really doesn't matter very much it's only when the scores are very weak that you have. To go to it and the gaps you're talking about, on college board, scores for the Asian population, the African American population several standard. Deviations there is no way you can do this by looking, at factors I'll give you what kind of a rough rule of thumb having done admissions work at the law school level for many years early on in my career what you discover is that. The students with the strong boys and the strong grades The students with the strong extra curricular activities. The students who've done all sorts of other things by way of public service your ideal citizen so that the notion that somehow gonna find significant reversals, between what the scores tell you what the grades tell you what these evaluations tell. You is just flat out wrong and we know that's true about harder because with, these Lum night do the evaluations actually talk to the kids all the so-called discrimination against the Asian students disappears is when the central administration which. Doesn't interview virtually anybody the fifty thousand people applied they run their abracadabra over what the data they get they come out with the opposite kind of conclusions based, on no information what, you really want. To do is to put a little microphone in the office of. The harvest admissions when they start talking about their strategy for dealing with these kinds of cases and what I would like to, do if I were running. This deposition I would like to take the deposition of everybody in the admissions office Define that. Exactly how they would pick what their politics what they. Were instructed what they did this thing and give them a bunch of. Files and ask them to sort them out and do it I with the race attached and then with. The race not attached and see what's going on I do not believe they can stand up and on the on the on the statistical side there, was a nice we've written by a bunch of berry distinguish economy tradition It was, clear that the fellow from, dukes Florida all that happened I mean this was not a close contest and you read the. Hobbit motion for summary judgment it's a painful experience because, they are so self righteous in so. Transparently role that it's a kind of an exercise in self-deception which I hope will not deceive. You're being extremely generous and I.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Which is kind. Of painful and it's one of. The things that people will always said when you engage in discrimination with the laws against Jews that you tend to mistake what's going on in order to try to beat. It back zero doesn't think that he's subject to any of. This stuff the man knows nothing about education indeed anything else, as far as I could, tell him so he pushes this program basically the, same week he puts the program there. Is a fairly detailed study that's been done. Which announces that the tests have very high predictive abilities and and the reason is you. Can't fake being scientists on them if you don't know how to take, the first visit of a of a sign equation you're not going to be able to fake it by saying I'm a diverse God and so. What happens is they understand that say heavily scientific program there's. No place to heart you start engaging a diversity program. Then what you're gonna do is. You're going to see that there's some students who. Need from. BDO man and other people who saw them. Wanna, learn the Cal Oculus variations of differential equations or something and is just no way that you can teach both of these groups the same quiet oh what happens is Harvard is you get in they have watered down all this size requirement so most of the people. Who get it on the low. End. Of the scores spectrum they stay away from the. Physical size is the math and so forth and they take cut his. Study horses race studies gender studies equity the hobbit, grading system explode so that everybody's today student Harvey Mansfield. Is a bit of a contrarian buses Seoul says he always gives. The students to great the one that's required by Harvard standards in the one that he, thinks the students that words if you were not engaged in, this kind of hothouse. Environment and so what happens is Harvard runs to, universities on the, inside and I'm sure it. Started to look to the students. Of the traditional classes the Asian students strong white students the Jewish students they basically follow pretty much traditional criteria it was all of these extra stuff really does Matter very much it's only when the scores are very weak that you have to go. To, it and the gaps you're talking about on, college board scores for the Asian population the. African American population several standard deviation there is no way you can do this by looking at fact that kind of a rough rule of thumb having done admissions. Work at the school level for many, years early, on in my, career what you discover is that the students with the. Strong boys and the strong grade the students with. The strong extracurricular activities the students who've done all sorts of other things by way of public service your ideal citizen so that the notion that, somehow you're gonna find significant reversals between what the scores tell. You what the grades tell you on what these evaluations you just flat out wrong and we know that's true about halted because when the alumni. Do the evaluations, actually talk to, the kids all, the so-called discrimination against the Asian students. Disappears it's when the central administration was doesn't it Interview virtually anybody that.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Tell you having just recently had a bachelor party it's so important to hang up gentleman this is a great book by harvey mansfield called manliness and he talks just about this port of manliness and what it farther needs to teach a boy is manliness is being a gentleman after basically after nietzsche after god is dead manliness can go pretty wrong it can get pretty wild it's kind of what they talk about on the left but they all masculinity talks yes a man looks at a woman and she's pretty oh it's toxic masculine and also the way human beings appropriated for the last several but it is there is there is a destructive port of manliness and it's got to be restrained by being gentlemen if you don't teach your boy to be a gentleman he's going to grow up and be a little monster at the same time though when we're talking about being gentlemanly or being a man being a man according to what though that's the problem because we can talk about being a man all day but what does that actually mean what does that really look like or being gentlemen how you gonna cheat a woman and stuff like that because we're going to have different standards in different models of what that looks like and and all of those things they they're they don't really have a solid foundation so to that end what do we look towards to be a model man a model gentlemen a model father model husband you know what do we look for myself i think people would the my answer's going to beat the scriptures to the bible exactly i look towards him and i look at his status and how to do that but i think that's one of the bigger problems that's one of the things that's promoted you know it's you got to be a man okay a man according to what you know so unless we really get solid with that a lot of.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Tell you having just recently had a bachelor party it's so important to hang up gentleman this is a great book by harvey mansfield called manliness and he talks just about this port of manliness and what it farther needs to teach a boy is manliness is being a gentleman after basically after nietzsche after god is dead manliness can go pretty wrong it can get pretty wild it's kind of what they talk about on the left but they all masculinity talks yes a man looks at a woman and she's pretty oh it's toxic masculine and also the way human beings appropriated for the last several but it is there is there is a destructive port of manliness and it's got to be restrained by being gentlemen if you don't teach your boy to be a gentleman he's going to grow up and be a little monster at the same time though when we're talking about being gentlemanly or being a man being a man according to what though that's the problem because we can talk about being a man all day but what does that actually mean what does that really look like or being gentlemen how you gonna cheat a woman and stuff like that because we're going to have different standards in different models of what that looks like and and all of those things they they're they don't really have a solid foundation so to that end what do we look towards to be a model man a model gentlemen a model father model husband you know what do we look for myself i think people would the my answer's going to beat the scriptures to the bible exactly i look towards him and i look at his status and how to do that but i think that's one of the bigger problems that's one of the things that's promoted you know it's you got to be a man okay a man according to what you know so unless we really get solid with that a lot of.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Tell you having just recently had a bachelor party it's so important to hang up gentleman this is a great book by harvey mansfield called manliness and he talks just about this port of manliness and what it farther needs to teach a boy is manliness is being a gentleman after basically after nietzsche after god is dead manliness can go pretty wrong it can get pretty wild it's kind of what they talk about on the left but they all masculinity talks yes a man looks at a woman and she's pretty oh it's toxic masculine and also the way human beings appropriated for the last several but it is there is there is a destructive port of manliness and it's got to be restrained by being gentlemen if you don't teach your boy to be a gentleman he's going to grow up and be a little monster at the same time though when we're talking about being gentlemanly or being a man being a man according to what though that's the problem because we can talk about being a man all day but what does that actually mean what does that really look like or being gentlemen how you gonna cheat a woman and stuff like that because we're going to have different standards in different models of what that looks like and and all of those things they they're they don't really have a solid foundation so to that end what do we look towards to be a model man a model gentlemen a model father model husband you know what do we look for myself i think people would the my answer's going to beat the scriptures to the bible exactly i look towards him and i look at his status and how to do that but i think that's one of the bigger problems that's one of the things that's promoted you know it's you got to be a man okay a man according to what you know so unless we really get solid with that a lot of.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"That number is down even though the population has grown tremendously over that time by one hundred million people or something like that now just over two million people a two million marriages happen every year so there's a forty percent increase in population and yet a half a million fewer marriages happen every single year right now the median age for marriage is twenty nine so i got in just under that i'm just under the median which is good but a lot of people just don't get married at all so the median might be twenty nine but a lot of people just aren't getting married the urban institute reports that the marriage rate might drop among millennials to seventy percent or lower that is way way down from previous generations the baby boomer's got married at a rate of ninety one percent the late boomers who came in the late stage of the baby boom eighty seven percent genx eighty two percent that number drops precipitously for millennials if the present trends continue so what's that about i think it's about a crisis of manliness and all these attacks on the the toxic masculinity and these bad images we have of what manliness really is we've totally lost the sense of manliness and that harvey mansfield kind of way the aristoteles kind of way of being gentleman being virtuous guy and just to just underscore the difference between boys and men little boys becoming men you know it's hard to say goodbye yesterday here is robert deniro i think he really sums up that little boy very well i'm going to say one thing trump.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on WTMA

"Party the republican party the parties of the american history the the the sound dollar party or a party that was founded once upon a time again slavery the liberty party where do these come from in a american tradition was a matter of fact they were here before and i go now to help me on this because the part the word party these days can be regarded as disdainful or troublesome or a blow to american democracy or as it is used in common parlance on television a party man is not a desirable human b i welcome professor harvey mansfield harvey's at the hoover institution where he's a senior fellow most importantly he's the william r kenan junior professor of government at harvard university he's been watching parties for many decades and we begin now with edmund burks remark about parties edmond burke was in the british parliament and and he was opposed to the king's professor a very good evening to you i read burke for you to pull this apart and understand what it was that the founding fathers understood with the word party burke wrote adding a party is a body of men united for promoting their joint endeavours of in the national interest upon in some particular principle upon which they are all agree there's some hot were button words there i learned from you let's begin with the idea of a party itself was that a controversyl thing when burke proposed this in the eighteenth century was it heard is controversyl by the founding fathers good evening to you good evening to you nice to talk to you so you're for word party was uh uh controversial usually uh a party was a kind of what was just a division but um people um would be ah in either in or out of china party and division was uh looked upon ozone difficult thing uh in a.

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"harvey mansfield" Discussed on We The People

We The People

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"harvey mansfield" Discussed on We The People

"However in his nineteen thirty three inaugural address franklin roosevelt called for a temporary departure from the normal balanced between executive and legislative authority eighty four years later the temporary departure has produced the follow in reality visitors to utah senator max leaves office seat displayed to piles of paper one is a few inches tall it contains about eight hundred pages it is all the laws congress passed in a particular year the other pile is eleven feet tall and contains eighty thousand pages those pages contain all the regulations proposed and adopted in one year by executive agencies logically executive power is secondary having as its defining duty the execution of the results of the legislature's primary power and until the late nineteen 20s the election of the president was doubly indirect he was elected by presidential electors who in turn were elected by state legislators madison warned in federalist town that quote enlightened statesman will not always be at the helm but hamilton in federal a sixty eight predicted a constant probability of the presidency being occupied by characters preeminent for ability and virtue hamilton was as harvey mansfield says assuming that people would have the virtue to appreciate virtue that assumption is to say no more complicated by modern communications technologies which have served the inflation of the plebiscitary presidency in the summer of nineteen oh one president mckinley at his canton ohio home was approached by a photographer mckinley latest side his cigar saying we must not let the young men of this country see their president smoking.

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