Liberal Arts 2.0

This Snarkmarket post, proposing an updated liberal arts degree for the 21st-century, would seem to be up the alley of everyone on my reading list:

I think the best way to think about this is not to think of the “new” liberal arts as supplanting the “old,” but as a complementary set, like painting, architecture, and sculpture as the new, humanist plastic arts during the Renaissance. Like the trivium and quadrivium, we have the octet of “modern” liberal arts and a set of newer concerns.

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