Josh Gibbs describes how to effectively teach the Great Books when it comes to teaching students about worldview—that is, what not to do. He specifically addresses the temptation classical educators have to teach unembodied knowledge. Throughout there is a discussion of the distinction between poetic and scientific knowledge, and so much more.
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