Posts Tagged: liberal arts

If We Accept It, Peace Will Come

Over the years, my parents often tell me about the origins of what I know. Things like, why I call the remote control a “clicker”.  This reminds me of the way that I am now opening myself up to the

If We Accept It, Peace Will Come

Over the years, my parents often tell me about the origins of what I know. Things like, why I call the remote control a “clicker”.  This reminds me of the way that I am now opening myself up to the

Education is Timeless

          When reading an introduction to humanism, as an assignment for class, I was somewhat surprised by how much I could relate to the renaissance values that were described.  The reading was from A History of Western

Education is Timeless

          When reading an introduction to humanism, as an assignment for class, I was somewhat surprised by how much I could relate to the renaissance values that were described.  The reading was from A History of Western

Liberal Arts, Then and Now: Creating the Wise or the Foolish?

The liberal arts: essential topics of study for the movers and shakers, people who want to be well-educated and are convinced that they can make a difference in the world. Many current educators, such as Jordan Elliott, head of the

Liberal Arts, Then and Now: Creating the Wise or the Foolish?

The liberal arts: essential topics of study for the movers and shakers, people who want to be well-educated and are convinced that they can make a difference in the world. Many current educators, such as Jordan Elliott, head of the