Ex pede Parmenidem : an inquiry into bottomless things

In this thesis this writer explores first-hand via a participative hermeneutics from an objective idealist perspective the relationship between consciousness, language and the world by reconstructing the seminal philosophy contained in the fifth century poem of Parmenides of Elea--first, in dialogue format, secondly through an essay in which two men, one last and one higher, are each respectively de- and reconstructed for the purpose of indicating, in that final section of the essay, how they each define their own paradigm of education in comparison to M. J. Adler and Carl Rogers
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