#32: John Hodges, T. S. Eliot, and Moral Imagination

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Welcome to Season 3 of The Classical Homeschool Podcast. At the Classical Homeschool Podcast, our heart is to take on the work of wrestling through the, sometimes difficult and philosophical, ideas presented throughout the classical education movement and bring them down to earth, specifically and practically for the classical homeschooling mom. This season we are cross referencing Norms and Nobility (by David Hicks) with The Great Tradition (by Richard Gamble). Hopefully, this journey will be fruitful in understanding the references made by Hicks bringing all of us deeper into the Classical Tradition.

This is our last episode of the season, and we get to wrap up with John Hodges from The Center of Western Studies . The Center of Western Studies also has a podcast, From the Center! If you would like to hear more of John Hodges talk check out the Circe Institute and Paideia Fellowship.  In this episode, we start the journey towards the moral imagination which will be the topic for season four. If you have any questions or topics you want covered concerning the moral imagination, drop us a line!

“Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” 1 Thessalonians 5:23 ESV

Resources in this Episode

The Great Tradition by Richard Gamble
Norms and Nobility by David Hicks

The Wasteland by T. S. Eliot

 

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