Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice

#34 Learning Matters with Calvin Seerveld

September 14, 2020 Calvin Seerveld Season 1 Episode 30
Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#34 Learning Matters with Calvin Seerveld
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Learning Matters: a Bridge to Practice
#34 Learning Matters with Calvin Seerveld
Sep 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 30
Calvin Seerveld

Today we have with us Calvin Seerveld, who is 90 years young and serves as Professor Emeritus in Philosophical Aesthetics at the Institute for Christian Studies – discussing art, education, labor movements and cosmoscopic dimensions of life and society.

Calvin Seerveld (born 1930 in New York) received a BA from Calvin College in 1952, an MA in English literature and classics from the University of Michigan in 1953. He then went on to study under D. H. Th. Vollenhoven at the Free University (VU) in Amsterdam, where his doctoral dissertation dealt with Croce's aesthetics. It was supervised by Vollenhoven and Carlo Antoni. He then taught philosophy and German at Trinity Christian College, and went on to teach philosophical aesthetics at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto

Cal wrote, "Aesthetic life is not something sophisticated - that's a humanistic lie. Aesthetic life is as integral to being human as building sandcastles on the beach and giving your children names."

http://www.seerveld.com/tuppence.html


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Show Notes

Today we have with us Calvin Seerveld, who is 90 years young and serves as Professor Emeritus in Philosophical Aesthetics at the Institute for Christian Studies – discussing art, education, labor movements and cosmoscopic dimensions of life and society.

Calvin Seerveld (born 1930 in New York) received a BA from Calvin College in 1952, an MA in English literature and classics from the University of Michigan in 1953. He then went on to study under D. H. Th. Vollenhoven at the Free University (VU) in Amsterdam, where his doctoral dissertation dealt with Croce's aesthetics. It was supervised by Vollenhoven and Carlo Antoni. He then taught philosophy and German at Trinity Christian College, and went on to teach philosophical aesthetics at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto

Cal wrote, "Aesthetic life is not something sophisticated - that's a humanistic lie. Aesthetic life is as integral to being human as building sandcastles on the beach and giving your children names."

http://www.seerveld.com/tuppence.html


Support the show (https://www.twu.ca/donate-now)