This brief address explores the issue of the dominance of the economical way of valuing education over a more traditional idea of education as moral formation. An education in a Christian liberal arts university uniquely gives priority to the idea that education should shape the student's moral understanding and consequent actions. The address is an invitation to consider how one, professionally and personally, might serve members of a culture shaped largely by the idea that human meaning and purpose are reducible to economic value as merely producers and consumers.
Hildreth, T. Perry
"The Cost and Value of Your Education,"
Journal of Counseling and Psychology: Vol. 2:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/jcp/vol2/iss1/1