Friendship, Conversation & Liberal Education

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Abstract

The Author discusses friendship and its role within conversation and liberal education in a university setting. The Author addresses the critiques of such an approach to education: Hypocrisy, Instrusion, and Naivety, but affirms that approaching seminars with friendliness as a mindset is beneficial. This is not only for education in the purest sense of disseminating knowledge, but as small victory for humanity, the good of which is diffusive.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDe Amicitia
Subtitle of host publicationTransdisciplinary Studies on Friendship
Place of PublicationWarsaw
Pages255-266
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2016

Publication series

NameOBTA Studies in Classical Reception
PublisherFaculty of "Artes Liberales", University of Warsaw

Keywords

  • Friendship
  • Education
  • Liberal education
  • Higher education

Cite this

Norgaard, T. (2016). Friendship, Conversation & Liberal Education. In De Amicitia: Transdisciplinary Studies on Friendship (pp. 255-266). (OBTA Studies in Classical Reception). Warsaw.
Norgaard, Thomas. / Friendship, Conversation & Liberal Education. De Amicitia: Transdisciplinary Studies on Friendship. Warsaw, 2016. pp. 255-266 (OBTA Studies in Classical Reception).
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