Category Archives: Adler, Mortimer J.
Mortimer Adler is the principal architect of the Paideia Project, a blueprint for educational reform in America. Donald Stedman is associate academic vice-president for the consolidated University of North Carolina syatem. In the fall of 1988, the National Center for … Continue reading
In his book The Paideia Proposal, Mortimer Adler argues for single-track, liberal, and humanistic schooling for all American youngsters. Discussing these ideas with Adler are Thomas Houlihan, Pamela Mayer, Penelope Smith, and Donald Stedman. They address points such as how the reforms … Continue reading
In the third of four programs, Mortimer Adler discusses with Werner Dannhauser, Thomas Houlihan, Pamela Mayer, and Penelope Smith the educational theories presented in The Paideia Proposal, which he published in 1982. The Paideia Proposal argues for single-track, humanistic, general, and … Continue reading
This episode continues a conversation with Mortimer Adler, writer and social critic, who published The Paideia Proposal in 1982. Adler is joined by educators Harold Doster, Edward Fort, Thomas Houlihan, and Joan Hinde Stewart. The Paideia Proposal argues for curriculum … Continue reading
Mortimer Adler is the author of the educational manifesto The Paideia Proposal, written on behalf of the Paideia Group, a committee of scholars, administrators, publishers, professionals, and educators. He is joined by Edward Fort and Gilbert Sewall to discuss the … Continue reading