Kerry K. Kuehn

LIberal Arts Reading Group---Friday April 13

In chapter 4 of On Education, Formation, Citizenship, and the Lost Purpose of Learning, Joseph Clair begins by observing that every educational system aims to produce not only a certain kind of human being but a certain kind of citizen. In other words, it aims to establish a distinctive political community.  Let's plan to discuss this topic on Friday at LARGe. 
In chapter 4 of On Education, Formation, Citizenship, and the Lost Purpose of Learning, Joseph Clair begins by observing that every educational system aims to produce not only a certain kind of human being but a certain kind of citizen. In other words, it aims to establish a distinctive political community.  Let's plan to discuss this topic on Friday at LARGe.