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The Closing of the American Mind at 20.

For those interested, the Manhattan Institute held a symposium on Allan Bloom's The Closing of the American Mind, on the 20th anniversary of that book, a couple months ago. The video is here.

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Thank you for the link, Paul. I plan to watch if I can find time. I see our favorite Heather MacDonald is there. I was a fan of this book when it first came out. Bloom is good because Plato is good.

I've read the Steyn piece and thought to myself, yes the world is bad, but it's never been so musical. At least Bloom had retained a teacher's hope that each one of those rockers had latent tendencies for better things.

Last spring, the Intercollegiate Review also published a symposium marking the twentieth anniversary of Bloom's book. Readers can find the articles here:


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