RR 10.74 - education How does this compare to Bloom’s...

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Reading Response #10, Section 74 Exhibit 3: “Artes Illiberales? The Four Myths of Liberal Education” by Maruice O’Sullivan Group 3: Reading Response Questions 1. According to O’Sullivan, what is liberal education? 2. Do you agree or disagree with O’Sullivan’s definition of liberal education? Explain why. 3. Compare O’Sullivan’s definition of liberal education to Deneen’s. Are their views the same or different? How? 4. Compare O’Sullivan’s definitions of liberal arts and liberal education. 5. Analyze the picture in context with the article. Exhibit 4: “On Being Neither Savages Nor Ghosts: What Makes Liberal Education ‘Liberal’?” by James V. Schall 1. What does James V. Schall believe universities should do for their students regarding liberal
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Unformatted text preview: education? How does this compare to Bloom’s beliefs discussed in our seed text? 2. In his speech, Schall brings up the famous philosopher Aristotle to support his notions. How does Aristotle’s definition of liberality support Schall’s argument? 3. In our seed text, Dewey makes a clear distinction between the “savage” and “civilized”. In this speech, how does Schall compare a “free” man and a “slave”? What common traits do the “savage” and “slaves” share? 4. In Schall’s opinion, how can a free society still contain “slaves”? 5. According to Schall, what does the “liberal” in “liberal education” represent?...
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