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August 18, 2013

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tm

Tutor will make a full recovery, if only he adheres to the model of the Great Books and their Great Proponents. He merely needs to take dead aim.

Phil Cubeta

Thank you, TM, for the fascinating links. The liberal arts, cults, prison outreach, tony prep schools, Christian indoctrination, and Carnegie's principals of persuasion through flattery, somewhere in there is a breakthrough in training secular priests. As so often, though, you get into supply and demand issues. How many secular priests will dynastic families need and will the over-supply drive down the price? We might best cross train the secular theology students as chauffeurs, butlers, sommeliers, moral biographers, society painters, wet nurses, nannies, cooks, gardeners, body guards.

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