The History of the Iowa Lyceum
The Iowa Lyceum promotes philosophy and self-reflective, careful thinking through a free week-long summer camp. The program introduces participants to philosophy interactively by integrating activities, discussion, games, and presentations. Philosophy is essential to a well-rounded education and the intellectual habits cultivated by philosophical education are paramount not only to a well-functioning society, but to living a meaningful life.
Why Study Philosophy?
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- "A Harvard Medical School Professor Makes the Case for the Liberal Arts and Philosophy"