The Western Tradition: The Importance of Dialogue

The Western Tradition: The Importance of Dialogue serves as a “welcome module” to place in every course as orientation for a series of collegiate humanities courses, and as a contribution to Open Educational Resources. The Western Tradition also includes a general understanding of Socratic discussion and the tradition of dialogue in the West, activities on how to write factual, interpretive and evaluative questions, religious and philosophic reasons why this approach is the most sound and the most fruitful and several units specific to the course in which we “practice” reading and discussion of seminal texts that are relevant for the course of study.

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The Western Tradition: The Importance of Dialogue serves as a “welcome module” to place in every course as orientation for a series of collegiate humanities courses, and as a contribution to Open Educational Resources. The Western Tradition also includes a general understanding of Socratic discussion and the tradition of dialogue in the West, activities on how to write factual, interpretive and evaluative questions, religious and philosophic reasons why this approach is the most sound and the most fruitful and several units specific to the course in which we “practice” reading and discussion of seminal texts that are relevant for the course of study.

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