Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

Leisure, busyness, and the aims of liberal education

That’s the title of a little essay I wrote based on the Tocqueville talk I gave last week.

In the spirit of liberally educated contrarianism, I urge us to think more about genuine leisure than about busyness as the core of the undergraduate experience.

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