I’m joined this week by Dr. Jeffrey Lehman, Professor of Humanities at the University of Dallas and director of our Classical Education graduate program. He also runs the arts of liberty project, which educates students, teachers, and lifelong learners in the purpose and power of the liberal arts and liberal education. You can learn more about that project at artsofliberty.udallas.edu.

In our conversation, Dr. Lehman and I talk about non-western art and texts, how it can be true that the human soul is, in a sense, all things, and the relationship between education, the school, and teachers. He also totally upended my prejudices about the liberal arts as impractical, and the sciences as oriented toward making.

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