The kinds of questions we ask are important. I am sure that you know this already, but it is hard to emphasize this enough. Inquiry is at the heart and soul of classical education. As David Hicks points out in Norms and Nobility: “Classical education is not, preeminently, of a specific time or place. It […]
May 19, 2011
On June 13th, Andrew Pudewa, the Director of the Institute for Excellence in Writing will interview Andrew Kern during a free webinar called “contemplating man.” The interview will take place from 7:30-8:30 CT. For more on the interview or to sign up for the webinar click here.
In the spirit of the constant stream of Biblical revisions that make it impossible to remember what the book means, a group of Academic Specialists in Italian Who Hate Rhetoric and Poetics (ASIWHRP) have updated Dante’s Divine Comedy. They’ve reached the third canto so far, where they have updated the sign into the Inferno proper
Maybe the most educated person who ever lived wrote this prayer: O ineffable Creator, Who, out of the treasure of Thy wisdom, hast ordained three hierarchies of Angels, and placed them in wonderful order above the heavens, and hast most wisely distributed the parts of the world; Thou, Who are called the true fountain of