In a personal way, students tackle the question of what makes ‘life worth living’

February 26, 2016
Susan Gonzalez of Yale News recently interviewed Miroslav Volf about the Center’s Life Worth Living course. In the interview, Prof. Volf describes the class’s aims and what makes it unique as an undergraduate course at Yale. “The course is about what it means to be human and to lead a flourishing human life, about the art of living — an indispensible, and historically the most important, dimension of education,” explains Volf.
 

In a personal way, students tackle the question of what makes ‘life worth living’

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Learn more about the Life Worth Living course, read student responses, and explore classroom resources on the Life Worth Living program page.
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