A true educator ought to cultivate the awareness that there is no “practical” value to a liberal education — and that this, precisely, is its great virtue. Any so-called education subjected to the demands of the public square — namely, to politics or to business — is not liberal but servile; befitting, that is to say, not a free man, but a slave. So take that.

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