Tag Archives: Robert M Hutchins

Classical Education and the Common Core

“Therefore, we ought to follow what is common”. Thus exhorted the philosopher Heraclitus in the seventh century B.C., and in our own time the governors and education commissioners of 45 states, as well as over 100 Catholic diocesan school systems … Continue reading

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“Make Your House Fair” By A Catholic Liberal Education!

Christmastide provides us with an excellent opportunity to reflect on many things surrounding the birth of Our Lord not the least of which is Catholic Liberal Education. It is, of course, through education that the mind is disposed towards grace. … Continue reading

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Homer Sightings

Souvlaki! We all know that Liberal education is what enables a person to become wise to some extent. Without pursuing it to the best of our abilities, without becoming acquainted with the tradition of the West, without receiving and being informed by the intellectual … Continue reading

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