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High quality scanned pages Some brief overview of this book Who sets language policy today? Who made whom the grammar doctor? McGuffeys Readers introduced nineteenth-century students to correct English. Strunk and Whites Elements of Style and William Safires column, On Language, provide help on diction and syntax to contemporary writers and speakers.
Sister Miriam Josephs book, The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar, and Rhetoric, invites the reader into a deeper understanding—one that includes rules, definitions, and guidelines, but whose ultimate end is to transform the reader into a liberal artist.
A liberal artist seeks the perfection of the human faculties. The liberal artist begins with the language arts, the trivium, which is the basis of all learning because it teaches the tools for reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Thinking underlies all these activities.
Many readers will recognize elements of this book: The Trivium, however, presents these elements within a philosophy of language that connects thought, expression, and reality. Trivium means the crossroads where the three branches of language meet.
In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, students studied and mastered this integrated view of language. Regrettably, modern language teaching keeps the parts without the vision of the whole.
Inspired by the possibility of helping students acquire mastery over the tools of learning Sister Miriam Joseph and other teachers at Saint Marys College designed and taught a course on the trivium for all first year students.
The Trivium resulted from that noble endeavor. The liberal artist travels in good company. The Paul Dry Books edition of The Trivium provides new graphics and notes to make the book accessible to todays readers. Sister Miriam Joseph told her first audience that the function of the trivium is the training of the mind for the study of matter and spirit, which constitute the sum of reality.
The fruit of education is culture, which Mathew Arnold defined as the knowledge of ourselves and the world. May this noble endeavor lead many to that end.
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A few words about book author Sister Miriam Joseph earned her doctorate from Columbia University.The one day symposium aims to closely interrogate, through interdisciplinary engagements in architecture, art history, and anthropology (among others), the powerful role aesthetics has played and continues to play in the subcontinent.
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