Share Your Drawings of Aesop’s Fables

In the Classical Liberal Arts Academy, our students spend a great deal of time studying Aesop’s Fables. These fables provide students of all ages with the best introduction to moral philosophy, while arousing interest in natural philosophy as well. One exercise we recommend for young students is to draw a … Read more

Aesop’s Fables, “The Man and His Two Wives”

In this lesson, we study Aesop’s fable of “The Man and His Two Wives”. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Read the fable aloud once. Watch the lesson Tutorial. Study the fable for mastery. Paraphrase the fable. Identify the moral of the fable. Reflect on … Read more

Study Classical Medicine

If you’re not an admirer of modern medicine, but would like to learn to think of the body as the ancient wise men did, you can study classical Medicine. The masters on the subject are the famous Greek Hippocrates, and the Roman Galen. The teachings of these men on the … Read more

What is Dialectic?

As you learn about the seven classical liberal arts, you’ll notice a number of different names used to refer to the art of reasoning– “dialectic”, “logic”, “analytics”, or just “reasoning”. These names seem to be used with no distinction, yet they do not mean the same thing. In this video, I explain what “dialectic” is and why we should not use it to refer to the second of the seven classical liberal arts.

God bless,
Mr. William C. Michael
Classical Liberal Arts Academy

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