Beauty for Truth’s Sake: On the Re-enchantment of Education
by Stratford Caldecott
Brazos Press, 2009
(156 pages, $23.00, paperback)
reviewed by Stephen Richard Turley
Stratford Caldecott, director of the Center for Faith and Culture in Oxford and editor of the journal Second Spring for Thomas More College, describes this book as a “manifesto” that focuses on recovering the centrality of meaning for education. Caldecott develops his argument in terms of both a negative and a positive apologetic . . .
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