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There Is No Case for the Humanities

By Justin Stover ● American Affairs ● 11/20/2017

The humanities are not just dying. By some measures, they are almost dead….[They] have become a loosely defined collection of technical disciplines, with some genealogical connection to the old arts curriculum and the humanistic curriculum of the new universities of the Renaissance.

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