Let me conclude with a statement from Maxwell Goldberg, the author of Design in Liberal Learning: "Without becoming amorphous or aimless," writes Professor Goldberg, "we are trying to replace the static, mechanical, closed-system, monistic, and self-contained routine thinking of conventional liberal learning with the open-structured, pluralistic, multilinear, multilectic thinking of the new liberal learning." He provides us with an excellent metaphor here: the concept of "freedom flowing into form."* And I might add, in our case we do not seek a "new humanism," but rather seek to revitalize the presentation of that humanism which is an integral part of our tradition.
Ritsch, Frederick F.
"An Interdisciplinary Humanities Program as an Approach to Literature,"
Perspectives (1969-1979): Vol. 5
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Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/perspectives/vol5/iss1/4