The Future of Learning – The Independent Scholar


Karl Schmude looks at the independent scholar in recent centuries and his contributions, as well as how changing approaches in the university affect the capacity and existence of the scholar. Schmude also explores the contributions of faith and religion to scholars, drawing from examples from intellectual figures such as Christopher Dawson.

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This presentation was part of The Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies’ 2017 Colloquium on the theme “Liberal Education: Restoring the Notion of Education as the Basis for Living the Good Life”, hosted in Hobart, Australia.

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