Core Texts in Conversation

Core Texts in Conversation

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Co-published with the Association for Core Text and Courses, this book contains a collection of core texts that are appropriate for students of all majors. The volume is a resource for educators attempting to create a cohesive structure to their curriculum, integrating it with texts of cultural significance. Students, through critical thinking, bridge discipline (science and the arts), culture (East and West), and time period (ancient and modern). Rich with possibility for either public or private colleges, Core Texts in Conversation is a valuable guide for curriculum building in any discipline.Hamlet still embodies the values of the medieval world, but now in a new age of skepticism these values are in crisis. Young ... These remarks are meant to indicate the lines of interpretation that would guide a comprehensive interpretation of Hamlet as a humanities text so as to illustrate the distinctive kind of knowledge that can be aquired through this type of study. ... in an eminent manner the risk of loss of traditional, unscientific forms of knowledge and the tragedy that this entails.


Title:Core Texts in Conversation
Author: Jane Kelley Rodeheffer, David Sokolowski, J. Scott Lee
Publisher:University Press of America - 2000
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