Another Sort of Learning
Another Sort of Learning: Selected Contrary Essays on How Finally to Acquire
an Education While Still in College or Anywhere Else: Containing Some Belated
Advice About How to Employ Your Leisure Time When Ultimate Questions Remain
Perplexing in Spite of Your Highest Earned Academic Degree, Together with Sundry
Book Lists Nowhere Else in Captivity to Be Found
by James V. Schall
San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1988
300 pp., $12.95
reviewed by John Thompson
Long subtitles are apparently “in,” and so is the reconsideration of the declining role of the humanities in our society, à la Bennett, Bloom, Alder, Hirsch, et al. Fr. . . .
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John Thompson is a librarian and professor at Waynesburg University, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania
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