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Editorial: Philosophy and the Classics

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 September 2006

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A great deal is made by commentators of educational decline in the modern world, and a similar amount of effort is expended by those running the educational system to show that there has really been no decline. It is not our intention to take up a position on either side of this dispute, but rather to draw attention to one fact which is incontrovertible. It is the decline of classical learning in our schools.

2006 The Royal Institute of Philosophy