Bibliography for Philosophy of Liberal EducationThe History of Higher Education (online readings)
The Future of Liberalism by Timothy Garton Ash
Philosophy and the Liberal Arts by Tid Tidbury
Distorted Rhetoric and Forgotten Principles by Bex Atherton
Robert Pippin: Liberation and the Liberal Arts
Leon Botstein (Bard): on useful humanities
Joseph Epstein: Who Killed the Liberal Arts?
Juha Himanka: University Curriculum—Recent Philosophical Reflections and Practical Implementations, (open access).
Vocation and the Liberal Arts A J Conyer.
Henry S. Harris musing on Plato and Liberal Education
Leo Strauss: Liberal Education and Responsibility
Leo Strauss: What is Liberal Education? (1959)
H Parker: The Seven Liberal Arts (1890 – Athens login needed)
Hutchins: The Great Conversation
Selections from Robert Maynard Hutchins
John Henry Newman on ‘The Idea of a University’
Mortimer Adler on Labour, Leisure, and Liberal Education
Mortimer Adler on ‘What is Liberal Education?’
Great Books of the Western World
Otto Willmann (1907) on the seven liberal arts
Dorothy L Sayers: The Lost Tools of Learning (1947)
Andrew Chrucky: The Aim of Liberal Education
Clare Hornsby: Culture and the Western Canon: the Arts Expressing the Thought of Catholic Europe