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Felipe Vogel

Felipe is an incurable nostalgic who, alongside his wife Hannah, works with the Rafiki Foundation implementing Christian classical education in Africa. Felipe blogs (sort of) at http://lectiohumana.com/" rel="noreferrer" target="_blank">lectiohumana.com.

Painting the Fence: What Conservatives Can Learn from Progressives

“Wherever possible I have broken with teaching tradition and sent kids down their separate paths to their own private truths . . . to be their own teachers and to make themselves the major text of their own education.” I can hardly imagine a more “progressive” plan than this, of the late John Taylor Gatto …

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The Classical Polyglot: Everything You Need to Start Learning Latin and Greek

Latin and Greek are the bane of many a classical self-educator; as we adult latecomers play catch-up to get the classical education we weren’t lucky enough to have in school, it’s hard enough to find time to read Homer and Augustine in translation, let alone the original. To learn the classical languages seems simply out …

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Renaissance Humanists: A Classical Education for Citizenship

The medieval trivium has been central to the American classical education movement of the past three decades. For many of us it is our defining concept, our method against public school madness, even our child psychology. And so it may surprise us to discover that in a book subtitled An Introduction to the History of …

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