Posted Apr 15, 2015 by Martin Armstrong
The volume and content of the work you are putting out is both phenomenal and sincerely appreciated.
In relation to your recent topics on education and learning, Dorothy Sayers wrote an interesting article in 1947 about the “Lost Tools of Learning” http://www.gbt.org/text/sayers.html where she referenced Aristotles Trivium, Quadrivium based work that has helped reinvigorate classical education at home for many. It looks to be one of the more effective ways to help our children of today to move toward some of the critical and dynamic ways of thinking that you are advocating with the emphasis on understanding the history and context without the focus on which is the so-called correct answer. Learning the grammar, logic and rhetoric to supply their own answers as their experience grows.