7 edition of The uses of a liberal education, and other talks to students. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by Eugene Freeman.|
|LC Classifications||LC1011 .B55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 415 p.|
|Number of Pages||415|
|LC Control Number||73076196|
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The Uses of a Liberal Education: And Other Talks to Students Paperback – December 1, by Brand Blanshard (Author)Cited by: 3. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blanshard, Brand, Uses of a liberal education, and other talks to students.
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Blanshard, Brand (edited by Eugene Freeman) The Uses of a Liberal Education and Other Talks to Students (Open Court, LaSalle, ). More on how professors react to their students.
I’m a professor. My colleagues who let their students dictate what they teach are cowards. I was a liberal adjunct : Edward Schlosser. The book makes the case that a liberal education enables “students to make sense of the world and their place in it, preparing them to use knowledge and skills as.
These skills, she argues, are best found in the arts and humanities as promoted by a liberal arts education at all levels. While the United States is doing well at the university level of teaching. students about their own education, on the other hand, adds a unique complement to existing, scholarly perspectives on the value and shortcomings of European liberal education.
On the Purpose of a Liberal Arts Education April 5, by Geoff Watkinson Leave a Comment A liberal arts education can give students much more than rote skills. In a recent post, I argued that one of the things America badly needs is a better class of liberal arts education.
Democratic self-governance requires an enlightened citizenry and, in particular.