What Historical Figure Most Inspires You?

Some of our questions of the week are specifically related to education, to the practice of teaching or the various things that teachers might experience. Others are more general. This week’s falls into the latter category.

This week’s question of the week is the following:

What historical figure most inspires you, and why?

Here in CiRCE HQ some answers include Cincinnatus, Moses, John Randolph of Roanoke, C.S. Lewis, Frederick Douglass, Richard Hooker, G.K. Chesterton, Queen Elizabeth I, St. Augustine, Homer, Marcus Aurelius, Dostoevsky, Jane Austen, Robert E. Lee, Stanley Kubrick, Cicero, Leonidas, George Washington, Andrei Rublov, Samuel Adams, Edmund Burke, Booker T. Washington, Vince Lombardi, and others. What about you?

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