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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Mortimer J. Adler and Lifelong Learning, by Ken Dzugan

The first presentation at the Inaugural International Congress on Renewing the West by Renewing Common Sense is by the Center's own Ken Dzugan who provided this abstract.

"Mortimer Adler lived from 1902-2001 and was professionally active during 8 decades in the last century. In his many different endeavors in education, philosophy, writing, lecturing, editing, and conducting discussions, certain themes were constantly at the forefront of his thought. One of these themes was basic education and lifelong learning. Learn about Dr. Adler’s long and productive life and the many tools he created to aid in both basic education and lifelong learning."

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