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by Chester Clayton Long

eBook The liberal art of interpretation ePub
Author: Chester Clayton Long
Language: English
ISBN: 0060440376
ISBN13: 978-0060440374
Publisher: Harper & Row (1974)
Pages: 426
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by Chester Clayton Long.

by Chester Clayton Long. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780060440374.

Liberal arts education (from Latin liberalis "free" and ars "art or principled practice") is the traditional program of education in Western higher educational institutions. Liberal arts today consists of four types of areas: the. Liberal arts today consists of four types of areas: the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. Its central academic disciplines are physics, biology, philosophy, logic, linguistics, literature, history, political science, psychology, mathematics, and many others.

Hartz is trying to understand why the liberal tradition has been so dominant in American politics and culture and why . While the ideas in this book are fascinating, most of the book is really confusing

Hartz is trying to understand why the liberal tradition has been so dominant in American politics and culture and why Americans never developed a genuine socialist or fascist movement (. politics between the 40 yard lines). Hartz does a disservice to his readers by not defining the liberal tradition, but he basically means that American politics has always followed the basi This is a really difficult book that would probably work better as an essay. Still, the main idea is really interesting. While the ideas in this book are fascinating, most of the book is really confusing. Hartz just name drops a lot of philosophers and political figures in a way that only a few experts could understand.

To me, "Biblical Interpretation: Past and Present" reads more like a novel than a textbook. Bray's book is absolutely fantastic as a survey on the history of biblical exegesis. He provides a solid picture of each of the major historical periods in the development of modern exegesis. I can't recommend this book highly enough!

Liberal arts, college or university curriculum aimed at imparting general knowledge and developing general intellectual capacities in contrast to a professional, vocational, or technical curriculum.

Liberal arts, college or university curriculum aimed at imparting general knowledge and developing general intellectual capacities in contrast to a professional, vocational, or technical curriculum. Thank you for your feedback.

What a great night at Eighth Day Books! Our own Mrs. Coleman and Mr. Meyer were part of the latest Let Us Attend event. Mrs. Coleman, past winner of the Poets & Writers Magazine Maureen Egan Award, read a funny and poignant story of high school life, and Mr. Meyer sang grave and lovely songs. 3. Northfield School of the Liberal Arts.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Liberal Tradition in America: A. .The Liberal Tradition in America: An Interpretation of American Political Thought since the Revolution. These articles are reprinted here, with the permission of those journals, but a special word is necessary concerning one.

Author of The liberal art of interpretation, The role of Nemesis in the structure of selected plays by Eugene O'Neill, The role of Nemesis in the .

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Liberal arts education is one of the founding missions of community colleges

Liberal arts education is one of the founding missions of community colleges. However, it has drifted toward vocational training to such an extent that the dominant narrative of the 21st-century community college portrays a job (re)training center more than an educational institution. This volume offers a timely, much-needed, and persuasive argument for the importance of a liberal arts education, particularly in the humanities, for all students attending a public, comprehensive community college. The Landscape of the Liberal Arts What Happened to the Liberal Arts?

Liberal Arts and Sciences Education: Responding to the Challenges of the XXIst Century. Sec-ond, it makes the case for liberal arts and sciences education and why it re-sponds to the demands of the XXIst cen-tury.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Education: Responding to the Challenges of the XXIst Century. Jonathan Becker Vice President for Academic Affairs Bard College. The essay is informed by experienc-es of liberal arts and sciences educa-tion not only in the United States, where it has found its greatest influence, but by the growing movement to experiments. in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, and Asia.

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