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Back in 2018, we brought together multiple stories and perspectives on the place of science in the classical liberal arts tradition. In his article “ Why STEM Students Need the Liberal Arts” Bernhardt L. Trout Ph.D., makes the case for why those pursuing STEM degrees need a healthy dose of the liberal arts. “The original meaning of “liberal arts” encompasses...

Today we wanted to revisit a selection from a previous issue of Virtue. In an interview with Dr. James Tanton, Institute Director Robert Jackson Ph.D delves into to the joys of teaching mathematics.   For many years my colleagues and I would stay after school to host an open house, discussing aspects of classical education with those...

Back in 2018, we brought together multiple stories and perspectives on the place of science in the classical liberal arts tradition. In his article “ Why STEM Students Need the Liberal Arts” Bernhardt L. Trout Ph.D., makes the case for why those pursuing STEM degrees need a healthy dose of the liberal arts. “The original meaning of “liberal arts” encompasses...

Note: The following entry is from Dr. Benjamin Storey (Furman University), a scholar and friend. He teaches the history of political philosophy and is Co-Director of the Tocqueville Program at Furman University. He has written for many journals, including Journal of Politics, the Review of Politics, The New Atlantis, and City Journal.  My children wear simple but nice uniforms to their Classical Christian School.  It is not uncommon to find their...

Hilary Hahn is a classical musician, particularly specializing in violin. She is a soloist who plays music composed by Mendelssohn, Bach, Beethoven, Paganini and many more. She once stated on Violinist about classical music that, "It will be what it will be. Its composers will write what they will write. It does not need to cater...

Note: Today's guest contributor is Andrew J. Zwerneman, the president and co-founder of Cana Academy and the author of the forthcoming book, History: Forgotten and Remembered, to be released in September, 2020. As a society we are increasingly divided—from each other and from our past. However, because a classical, liberal education is deeply historical, it is well...

As a society we are increasingly divided—from each other and from our past. However, because a classical, liberal education is deeply historical, it is well suited to help bridge that widening gulf and to be a source of cultural renewal. It accomplishes this through the formal study of history and by developing a historical habit...

Hilary Hahn is a classical musician, particularly specializing in violin. She is a soloist who plays music composed by Mendelssohn, Bach, Beethoven, Paganini and many more. She once stated on Violinist about classical music that, "It will be what it will be. Its composers will write what they will write. It does not need to cater...

As you may know, astronomy was recognized as one of the classical subjects that would eventually be classified under the seven liberal arts. In particular, astronomy provided the practical exploration of geometry’s theoretical speculations. One of the original “applied udallasciences,” astronomy gives the opportunity to observe geometry in action, as we measure the relative positions...