Introduction Retrieving the Tradition, Remembering the End Michael D. Beaty and Douglas V. Henry Part I-American Higher Education's Unschooled Heart Chapter 1 Liberal Education, Moral Education, and Religion Warren A. Nord Chapter 2 Free Love and Christian Higher Education: Reflections on a Passage from Plato's Theaetetus Robert C. Roberts Chapter 3 Returning Moral Philosophy to American Higher Education Nicholas K. Meriwether Chapter 4 Pro Ecclesia, Pro Texana: Schooling the Heart in the Heart of Texas Stanley Hauerwas Part II-Christian Resources for Moral Formation in the Academy Chapter 5 Wisdom, Community, Freedom, Truth: Moral Education and the "Schooled Heart" David Lyle Jeffrey Chapter 6 Tracking the Toxins of Acedia: Re-envisioning Moral Education Paul J. Waddell and Darin H. Davis Chapter 7 Could Humility Be a Deliberative Virtue? Shawn D. Floyd Chapter 8 Cultivating Humility: Teaching Practices Rooted in Christian Anthropology Stephen K. Moroney, Matthew P. Phelps, and Scott T. Waalkes
Douglas V. Henry (Ph.D. Vanderbilt University) is Assistant
Professor of Philosophy, Honors College, and Director of the
Institute for Faith and Learning at Baylor University.
Michael D. Beaty (Ph.D. University of Notre Dame) is Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Baylor University.