2 edition of Universities and the life of the mind found in the catalog.
Universities and the life of the mind
Saiyidain, Khwaja Ghulam
|Statement||[by] K.G. Saiyidain.|
|LC Classifications||LB2321 .S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||sa 66007052|
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I t’s that time of year. Young people across the world will head to college this week. We tell them they must go, that in their classes. A new book is challenging colleges to better prepare young people for life after graduation.
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The book ends with a list of recommendations for fixing young people and universities. “We think that things will improve, and may do so quite suddenly at some point in the next few years. As set out in a recent book by University of Warwick philosopher Quassim Cassam, Vices of the Mind: From the Intellectual to the Political, such attitudes or thinking styles lead us to acquire, hold and use knowledge in (often deeply) imperfect ways.
They lie behind our current tendencies to cling on to proximate answers like a life raft, and. Allan Bloom, the professor of political philosophy whose book on American universities became a best-selling text for conservative attacks on contemporary intellectual life, died yesterday at the.
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Congressional committees have criticized universities for making research Author: Derek Bok. The trouble starts at admission. Top universities woo thousands of teenagers to apply, but seek one defined type: the student who has taken every Advanced Placement class and aced every exam, made.As students head back to class, a new book challenges colleges to better prepare young people for life after they graduate.
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