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The Case for Reason, Old Books, and Liberal Education.: Jonathan Marks, Let's Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2021, xviii, 221, $27.95, ISBN 978-0-691-19385-4.

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  • Perspectives on Political Science; Apr-Jun2022, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p113-117, 5p
  • Now Marks is no stranger to the heights: he received his degrees from the University of Chicago, and his father-in-law is Werner Dannhauser, a well-respected professor of political theory and cherished friend of the late Allan Bloom (41). Marks, a self-described "conservative professor", has been thinking and writing about liberal education, in particular, and higher education, in general, for some two decades, and he brings us into the world that he has experienced and witnessed (x, 3). The Case for Reason, Old Books, and Liberal Education.: Jonathan Marks, Let's Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education. Marks has taught at four different institutions, but the two he mentions most frequently are Carthage College and his current position as professor of political science at Ursinus College. [Extracted from the article]
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