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Dialogs about motivating study
- Reasons to study — With self-formation and liberal learning we don't have set goals, we feel our reasons to study.
- Concerns to study — A feeling of concern combines "can I" with "should I".
- For its own sake — V and R try to make sense of what it means to do something for its own sake.
- Forming ourselves and our world — How can A Place to Study have an historical import?
- The self — V and R distinguish the self as active agent from the many identities people adopt.
- Participating — On how self-formation and liberal learning differ from the accumulation of impersonal knowledge (draft in progress).
- Predicaments — How do predicaments differ from problems and what's their importance on A Place to Study?