Times have changed, and the conditions that fostered the rise of liberal arts and sciences programs after the start of the Bologna reforms no longer obtain. This raises the question of how the liberal arts and sciences movement will continue in the near future. Can it still have any relevance in a changing context?
Teun J. Dekker
Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences Education at University College Maastricht, where he teaches courses on the intersection of social sciences and the humanities, including history of political thought and distributive justice in contemporary political philosophy.