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The Seven Liberal Arts

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    Lesson 1: Why the Seven Liberal Arts are "Liberal" and "Arts" (Preview Content)
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  2. Lesson 2: Why the Seven Liberal Arts are "Liberating" (Preview Content)
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  3. Lesson 3: The Seven Liberating Arts
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  4. Lesson 4: The History of the Seven Liberal Arts
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  5. Lesson 5: The Trivium Arts
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  6. Lesson 6: The Quadrivium Arts
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  7. Lesson 7: Teaching the Quadrivium Like We Aren't Materialists
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  8. Lesson 8: Discussion of Harmony, Pedagogy and Assessment of the Arts
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  9. Lesson 9: Discussion of the Arts as Liberating Arts
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    End of Course Test: Seven Liberal Arts
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In this lecture, Andrew Kern mentions the following books and essays you may wish to read for a deeper look at classical education and the liberal arts:

  • The Lost Tools of Learning,” by Dorothy Sayers (1948), available online.
  • “The Liberal Arts in St. Thomas Aquinas,” by Pierre Conway and Benedict Ashley in The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review (1959)