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Into the Unknown: The Future of Education

Thursday, August 23, 2012

In the late 11th century, a teenaged philosopher named Peter Abelard left his home in Le Pallet, France, and traveled to Paris. At the time, the French capital city was one of the world’s leading centers of thought, and its brightest minds held the philosophy of Realism to be sacrosanct. But Abelard had other ideas.

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