Jane collier an essay on the art of ingeniously tormenting

The concept of education through systematic reading of seminal works themselves (rather than textbooks), was carried on by John Erskine at Columbia University , and, in the 1930s, Mortimer Adler and Robert Hutchins at the University of Chicago, carried this idea further with the concepts of education through study of the " great books " and "great ideas" of Western civilization. This led to the publication in 1952 of Great Books of the Western World , which is still in print and actively marketed. In 1937, under Stringfellow Barr , St. John's College introduced a curriculum based on the direct study of "great books". These sets are popular today with those interested in homeschooling .

Jane collier an essay on the art of ingeniously tormenting

jane collier an essay on the art of ingeniously tormenting

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