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Sunday, April 14, 2013

(16-1)John Lachs

April 11, 2013

We did not get to meet John Lachs but we did get to see a part of his lecture on why good is not good enough. Lachs mainly talked about how we should not stive to absolute perfection and that Plato was wrong. So when is good, good enough? Leave your comments and join the conversation.


  1. Perfection's overrated.

    (But, our guest is not himself without the "s" at the end of his name: "Lachs")

  2. Perfection is overrated. If you were to be chasing perfection all the time you wouldn't find contentment and you would find yourself getting way too stressed. Unless you found contentment in pursuing perfection all the time. Thoughts?