Chasing After Windmills: A Response to Charley Dewberry’s “Not All Great Books Colleges Are Alike”

“When I was an undergrad at Gutenberg College, I heard a lot about ‘the other’ Great Books schools. I put the other in quotation marks because they were always referred to in a sort of cautious, otherizing, and maybe even sinister tone. ‘The other’ Great Books schools were ‘unlike’ Gutenberg. They were bastions of postmodernism, rejected authorial intent, and were comparable to the sophists of Socrates’ time.”