Essays on Study and Liberal Learning

by Robbie McClintock

Reflections on the historical character and prospects for activities of study on liberal self-formation

These are grouped. The first group includes most important, at least as I judge it, in the order of their importance. The middle group are interesting for the theme. The final group are marginal, but not irrelevant.

1971c
Toward a Place for Study in a World of Instruction 27000 words
2008A
On (Not) Defining Education 34400 words
1976e
Enkyklios Paideia: The Fifteenth Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica 11100 words
1971b
On the Liberality of the Liberal Arts 5200 words
1973b
Universal Voluntary Study 4500 words
1979a
The Dynamics of Decline 4500 words
1980b
Eros and Education 35100 words

1986a
Into the Starting Gate 13100 words
1974c
Rousseau and the Dilemma of Authority 13000 words
1968a
Architecture and Pedagogy 8000 words
1989a
Kant in the Culture Factory 7000 words
2003A
Some Thoughts on Graduate Study 6150 words
1975b
Proposal for Man and Judgment 5600 words
1998a
The Study Place: Developing on-line engagements with cultural experience 4900 words
2012a
Possibility, Not Prediction: An Interview about Enough 4650 words
2009b
Utopic Studies: A Proposal 4000 words
1995a
An Interpretation Construction Approach to Constructivist Design 2800 words

1968b
Purposes
Eight Reflective Essays
17300 words
2010a
Oral History of Teachers College Interview 13100 words
1976b
From Problems to Predicaments 8400 words
1981b
On Spanning 7200 words
1999b
Technological Change and the Pedagogical Problem 5600 words
1976c
Humane Learning 5600 words
1965a
The Philosophy of Culture
A Study of Humanistic Pedagogy, 1918-1939
4500 words
1971a
Review of The Degradation of the Academic Dogma 3400 words
2000a
Cities, Youth, and Technology 3100 words
1978b
In Defense of Ideas 1800 words
1984c
Liberal Learning 1400 words
1972c
Giambattista Vico 1000 words