Monthly Archives: March 2014

Socrates And Making Money

Scott Samuelson wrote a very good piece in the Opinion pages of the WSJ making two excellent points. Liberally educated people do in fact make more money on average than non liberally educated people. Liberal education is not about making money! … Continue reading

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Why Do We Read Aeschylus?

Taking a page from the playbook of an old friend this post is entitled “Why Do We Read Aeschylus?” This title kills two birds with one stone. First it effectively puts the world on notice that one day I intend … Continue reading

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Classical Catholic Education: Defending and Promoting Life

Sometimes a thought is expressed so eloquently that the only thing left for us to do is to repeat it. Therefore since the Lyceum community is presently attending the Cleveland Right to Life Conference, I thought nothing could be more … Continue reading

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Hesiod And Classical Catholic Education

The classical Catholic educator is always interested in forming his students in the things of nature so that they might be better disposed for the things of grace. Grace builds on nature and nature is dispositive to grace. It is therefore the task … Continue reading

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