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Berggruen Prize Winner, Charles Taylor, Is a Transformational Teacher

The university teacher, we are told, may soon be obsolete. There’s no point lecturing to a large group of students if the same material can be communicated via video. That may be true. But Charles Taylor ? the winner of this year’s Berggruen Prize in Philosophy ? reminds us that personal experience with teachers can have transformational effects on the lives of young students.
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