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Jul 17 - 23, 2022 | Ages: 15 - 18
In his Gettysburg Address, Lincoln posed a question: “Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure.” What kind of test, what kind of experiment, does American democracy represent? In classical Greek and Roman experience, democracy appeared to be the most unstable of regimes, prone to faction, revolution, demagogues, and dictators. Founding theorists of modern democracies sought ways to secure the advantages of democratic life, while addressing both the weaknesses identified by the ancients and the peculiar vulnerabilities of modern politics. To do so, we must raise difficult questions about the relations between justice and wisdom, between freedom and liberty, between commercialism and individualism on the one hand, and civic, religious, and moral virtues, on the other.
Needs based scholarship Arts Residential College access Stem Academic
Jul 24 - 30, 2022 | Ages: 15 - 18
What is it to see others? Under the guidance of Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest master of seeing, we will explore rational ways to understand perception, and then we will apply his formulas to help us analyze da Vinci’s own paintings, and those of American landscape artists such as Santa Fe’s own Georgia O’Keeffe. But what is it to see ourselves? Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice gives us another way to see, with characters who struggle with their own perspectives on each other and themselves. Deeply intelligent and funny, Austen understands people and their self-deceptions better than anyone. In the end, we ask ourselves: what happens when we see well, or when we fail to see?
Needs based scholarship Arts Residential Academic College access Stem
Jul 10 - 16, 2022 | Ages: 15 - 18
What are the origins of human society, language, and knowledge? Through classical works of history, philosophy, religion, mathematics, and poetry, we will explore the idea of the beginning. We encounter a range of classic “beginnings” in an effort to understand the diverse ways that they shape our experience of the world — from beginnings in time, such as political and religious foundings, to timeless beginnings, such as mathematical and philosophical first principles, to the creative and imaginative powers of poetry. Beginnings in a work of mathematics and in a work of religious narrative, for example, may connect in ways that we do not anticipate. Each text studied will stake out a different, often startling, approach to this fundamentally human concern with the origin of things.
Needs based scholarship Residential Stem College access Academic Arts

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