On a more positive note on how universities may best fulfill what they were originally founded to do, please do feel free to peruse this article on the thought of Blessed – soon, Deo volente, Saint – John Henry Cardinal Newman, whose Idea of a University offers the architectonic framework of how one should implement and approach a post-secondary liberal education. The fruit of such should be that the student apprehends the great outlines of knowledge, the principles on which it rests, the scale of its parts, its lights and its shades, its great points and its little, as he

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