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Publications:
The World Won, Now What? The University in a Secular Age

"The world won" and we live in a secular, pluralistic, society. Given this enormous social transformation, what is the purpose of higher education?

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Education and its Discontents

The humanities are in trouble not in spite of but because of the very virtues of liberty and science that are the hallmarks of modernity.

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Education and Its Discontents

The humanities are in trouble not in spite of but because of the very virtues of liberty and science that are the hallmarks of modernity.

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Doing the Truth: Georg Kuhlewind and Pragmatism

Georg Kuehlewind’s thought and the pragmatism of James and Dewey support the humanities by emphasizing both the “doing” dimension of truth and the contemplative dimension of life.

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Published online: March 14, 2014

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The Freedom to Be: The Humanities in a Digital Age

The “freedom to be” is an answer to James Truslow Adam’s complaint about the state of American education. Dewey and Gumbrecht show us a solution to this problem.

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Published online: October 9, 2015

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Education Is for Mortals: Perspectives from Dewey and Heidegger

Dewey (education) and Heidegger (mortality) both give guidance for understanding humanities education in our technology-driven age. Education is for mortals.

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Published online: December 2, 2016

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