Liberal Education and Value Relativism

Liberal Education and Value Relativism
Author : Patrick Malcolmson
Publisher : University Press of Amer
Total Pages : 96
Release : 1996
ISBN 10 : PSU:000026595405
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Liberal Education and Value Relativism Book Description:

Many if not most of the students who enroll in Bachelor of Arts programs do so without a clear sense of purpose. This book introduces new or prospective university students to the B.A. degree. It seeks to explain the nature and purpose of liberal education, and discusses how liberal education is being undermined in today's university.


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