LiberalArts presents some of the most profound and challenging thinking Liberal Arts has to offer. Philosophical and interdisciplinary we share events, resources, and thinking drawn from contemporary Liberal Arts Education and over 2500 years of the Liberal Arts tradition.
Original pieces from considered voices.
Thoughts – shorter pieces, free and thoughtful.
Essays – longer pieces, disciplined and educational.
Questions – insightful responses to longstanding questions.
Educational content online and off.
Read – influential writing old and new.
Watch – film and video that inspires.
Listen – voices that educate and engage.
Go – relevant events around the globe.
‘To be a philosopher you need only three things. First, infinite intellectual eros: endless curiosity about everything. Second, the ability to pay attention: to be rapt by what is in front of you without seizing it yourself, the care of concentration […] Third, acceptance of pathlessness (aporia): that there may be no solutions to questions, only the clarification of their statement. Eros, attention, acceptance.’(Rose, 1999, p.42), Paradiso. London: The Menard Press.
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