Rethinking the Curriculum: Toward an Integrated, Interdisciplinary College Education

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8.
Alston Chase, "Skipping through College: Reflections on the Decline of Liberal Arts Education," The Atlantic Monthly, September 1978, 38.
9.
Daniel Dennett, "Review of The Self and Its Brain by Karl Popper and John Eccles," Journal of Philosophy, 76:2 ( February 1979), 97.
10.
Kathleen Raine, "Premises and Poetry," Sophia Perennis, 3:2 (Autumn, 1977), 58-60. I have altered the punctuation and several words to smooth the reading in this abridgment of three pages in the original text.
11.
Huston Smith, Forgotten Truth ( New York: Harper and Row, 1976), p. 9.
12.
This characterization of science oversimplifies things somewhat, but I believe it captures its central thrust. I defend my characterization and fill in some needed qualifications on pages 86-89 of my Beyond the Post-Modern Mind, 2d ed. (Wheaton, Ill.: Quest Book, 1989).
13.
Jacques Monod, Chance and Necessity ( New York: Random House, 1972), p. 21.
14.
"The amount of energy associated with light corpuscles increases as the size is reduced. . . . The energy necessary to create a proton is contained in a light pulse only about 10-13 centimeter in diameter. And the energy of a million protons would be contained in a light pulse a million times smaller" ( Arthur Young, Which Way Out? Berkeley: Robert Briggs Associates, 1980), p. 2.
15.
Included in Smith, Beyond the Post-Modern Mind. See also my essay, "Another World to Live In, or How I Teach the Introductory Course," in Mark Juergensmeyer, ed., Teaching the Introductory Course in Religious Studies: A Sourcebook ( Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1990).
16.
Brian P. Knestout, student.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ackerman Robert. "J. G. Frazer Revisited." American Scholar Spring 1978, 232.

Chase Alston. "Skipping through College: Reflections on the Decline of Liberal Arts Education." The Atlantic Monthly ( September 1978).

Dennett Daniel. "Review of The Self and Its Brain by Karl Popper and John Eccles." Journal of Philosophy, 76:2 ( February 1979).

Monod Jacques. Chance and Necessity. New York: Random House, 1972.

Smith Huston. "Another World to Live In, or How I Teach the Introductory Course." In Mark Juergensmeyer, ed., Teaching the Introductory Course in Religious Studies: A Sourcebook. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1990.
-----. Beyond the Post-Modern Mind, 2d ed. Wheaton, Ill.: Quest Book, 1989.

-----. Forgotten Truth. New York: Harper and Row, 1976.

Taylor Charles. "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Fred Dallmayr and Thomas McCarthy , eds., Understanding and Human Inquiry. South Bend, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1977.

Young Arthur. Which Way Out? Berkeley: Robert Briggs Associates, 1980.

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