Yale "between two worlds"

March 1952
America;3/8/1952, Vol. 86 Issue 23, p605
The author reflects on Alexander Meiklejohn and his book "Education Between Two Worlds," which compared the philosophy of Church-sponsored education and present-day education system. The author presented Meiklejohn's conclusion that modern education has no agreed beliefs on its business to teach. The author also discusses the report "The Intellectual and Spiritual Welfare of the University" reported by Yale University's Advisory Committee which clarifies Dr. Meiklejohn's problem.


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