The Great Conversation Analysis

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The Great Conversation by Robert M. Hutchins, Statement of Liberal Education by Association of American College & University, What Is a 21st Century Liberal Education by Association of American College & University (AAC&U’s), and Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paolo Freire’s are four articles that explain what liberal education stand for and what has been accomplished over the years. From reading the four articles they explained how liberal education has helped empower students and helped then deal with complexity, diversity, and change. In Statement of Liberal Education by Association of American College & University states that liberal education helps prepare students to live a responsible, productive, and creative lives. Expressing how in our current society we are being taught through different liberal education systems. …show more content…
Hutchins, explains how the most important thing in the world is to stay open minded. Hutchins explains how liberal education’s purpose is to help people develop their knowledge. He explains “the substance of liberal education appears to consist in recognition of basic problems in knowledge of distinction and interrelation in subject matter, and in the comprehension of ideas.” Hutchins is stating that liberal education has helped students understand and comprehend ideas that are being presented in our everyday lives. Second, he states, “liberal education seeks to clarify the basic problems and to understand the one problem bears upon

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