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Perennialism Theory

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by Alma Sanchez on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of Perennialism Theory

Perennialism Education
Theory By: Alma Sanchez Description of
Perennialism Types of Perennialism:
Secular and Regional Perennialism
Educators Mortimer Adler Robert Hutchins Mortimer Adler
and
Robert Hutchins contemporary perennialist
inspired by John Stuart Mill
developing intellectual skills
critical thinking and questioning strategies modern perennialist
Dean of Yale
President of Univeristy of Chicago
ideal education involved the Great books of Western Civilization Regional Perennialism
Curriculum Christian Doctrine
holy scriptures
the catechism
Christian arts Curriculum of Secular Perennialism Strong liberal art curriculum
Great Books Regional Perennialism education is a preparation of life
learning is a life long process
education is a union with God Secular Perennialism believe in one ultimate truth,
and that a different version
of it springs up again
year after year Book Definition: Educational theory that focuses on the past, namely the universal truths and absolutes as reason and faith. Follows through with the ideas of: Idealism
Realism
Neo-Thomism Key Facts: eternal truths
permanence order
certainty
rationality
logic
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