Mortimer Adler – Learning
*Mortimer Adler – LearningMortimer Jerome Adler (December 28, 1902 – June 28, 2001) was an American philosopher, educator, renowed author and editor of Encyclopaedia Britannica.*
-In 1954 Dr. Mortimer Adler Hosted a weekly live television series in San Francisco that featured 52 half-hours of programming.-Hour programs entitled The Great Ideas
These programs were produced and broadcast by the Institute for Philosophical Research.
-Unfortunately, the Bay is the only one-Area residents were privileged to hear and see Dr. Adler These programs are highly instructive, and penetrating.
-Were Dr. Adler He and his colleagues filmed each telecast, as this was before videotape. Without them they would have been lost.
-Dr. Adler These films were left to The Center by the bequest of Mr. Bequeath. This makes them available to all universities, colleges, high school, libraries, fellow citizens, as well as to young people who may not know about their contributions.
These half-priced items-Hour programs are ideal for use in your office, home, classrooms, or discussions groups.
-Though television presentation techniques have improved over the years, it is still the content of these programs that is timeless and relevant to our times.
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