The Humanities in Dispute: A Dialogue in Letters

(1998)
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Abstract

Disturbed by these acrimonious arguments, the authors - former colleagues and university-press board members - embarked on an ambitious project to reexamine a number of major literary and philosophical works dealing with the liberal arts and education. With their discussions ranging from Plato to Rousseau, from Cicero to Vico, from Erasmus to Matthew Arnold, Sousa and Weinsheimer offer not a history of education philosophy but an examination of the present.

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Paul Ricoeur and the re(con)figuration of the humanities in the twenty-first century.John Arthos - 2014 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 75 (2):115-128.

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