Renovación católica del modelo clásico de artes liberales
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Catolicismo
Escuelas católicas
Estudios liberales

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Vera, G. (2023). Renovación católica del modelo clásico de artes liberales. Educationis Momentum, 9(1), 91–106. https://doi.org/10.36901/em.v9i1.1569

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Las artes liberales clásicas son un modelo educativo que tuvo una gran influencia en la educación por siglos. Los primeros cristianos sobrepusieron su formación religiosa a este curso académico tradicional, y, eventualmente, la comprensión católica de la persona humana y del mundo transformó la educación clásica, elevando las aspiraciones de este modelo.

El presente artículo busca investigar esta transformación, profundizando en cómo dos principios fundamentales de la educación católica renuevan el modelo clásico de artes liberales: la antropología católica y la unidad del saber desde una cosmovisión católica.

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