Aristotle’s Cave

God reaches out to create Adam by Michelangelo

Suppose there were men who had always lived underground … but had learned by report and hearsay that there was a divine spirit and power. … Read more

Bleach and 1665

“Supposing we hit the body with a tremendous — whether it’s ultraviolet or just very powerful light,” Mr. Trump said. “And I think you said … Read more

Stride toward freedom

Stride towards freedom. Liberal arts.

Liberal Arts has a long history in the USA. In recent years it has been exercising self-critique on the colour of its canonical literature, and … Read more

5 Short Reads

5 Short Reads. Liberal Arts Online

5 shorter reads. A reading list that can be enjoyed at anytime and whose brevity belies its depth. For Donald Winnicott, the psyche is not … Read more

What is Liberal Arts?

One of the questions we get asked most is “What is Liberal Arts?” closely followed by “What is a Liberal Arts Degree?”. While Liberal Arts … Read more

Lockdown Listening

Liberal Arts Lockdown Listening can be enjoyed entirely alone, with friends and family*, for pure pleasure, deep contemplation, as a soundtrack to accompany melancholy, and/or … Read more

Summer Watching

A Liberal Arts summer watching list for those of you who are joining our BA (Hons) Liberal Arts programme later this year, or still thinking about doing … Read more

Summer Reading

If you are joining our BA (Hons) Liberal Arts programme this year, or still thinking about doing so, then you might want to look over … Read more