Beyond Critical Thinking

“The antivocational dimension of the humanities has been a source of pride and embarrassment for generations. The persistence of this reputed uselessness is puzzling given the fact that an education in the humanities allows one to develop skills in reading, writing, reflection, and interpretation that are highly prized in our economy and culture …” (more)

[Michael Roth, Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 January]

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