15.11.12

TRIVIUM ET QUADRIVIUM.

The Pope Center's Jay Schalin, arguing in the affirmative.
For a long time, academia has been hesitant to make judgments about what knowledge is the most valuable. As a result, many general education programs are of little value. Our institutions of higher learning can, and should, do better.
That's his closing argument. Read his case, and pay careful attention to the cogent dissenting views in the comments.

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