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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Apr 22

In 1988, Princeton admitted Alexi Indris-Santana into its class of 1992. An autodidact who herded cattle by day and taught himself philosophy by night, Santana was also a talented distance… View Post The post The Curious Case of a Scholar Who Didn’t Exist appeared first on Areo.

In 1988, Princeton admitted Alexi Indris-Santana into its class of 1992. An autodidact who herded cattle by day and taught himself philosophy by night, Santana was also a talented distance… View Post The post The Curious Case of a Scholar Who Didn’t Exist appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Mar 22

Roosevelt Montás is the author of a powerful new book called Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation, which is… View Post The post In Defence of Liberal Education: Roosevelt Montás’ “Rescuing Socrates”   appeared first on Areo.

Roosevelt Montás is the author of a powerful new book called Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation, which is… View Post The post In Defence of Liberal Education: Roosevelt Montás’ “Rescuing Socrates”   appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Feb 22

Biological anthropologists (also historically called physical anthropologists) study the relationship between human biology, culture and behaviour: they may specialize in analysing the human body’s evolutionary history, the human fossil record,… View Post The post The Politics of Bones appeared first on Areo.

Biological anthropologists (also historically called physical anthropologists) study the relationship between human biology, culture and behaviour: they may specialize in analysing the human body’s evolutionary history, the human fossil record,… View Post The post The Politics of Bones appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jan 22

New projects in higher education such as the University of Austin promise to counterbalance the notorious left-leaning political bias in academia. However, to have this kind of cultural impact, they… View Post The post Uncancelling Academics: Can New Universities Save Higher Education? appeared first on Areo.

New projects in higher education such as the University of Austin promise to counterbalance the notorious left-leaning political bias in academia. However, to have this kind of cultural impact, they… View Post The post Uncancelling Academics: Can New Universities Save Higher Education? appeared first on Areo.


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