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“At this level, at the college level, there are no single, simple formula that will tell you the best way to proceed.  You must become the kind of person, the kind of writer who makes the right judgment calls when the moment calls for judgment.”  I’ve repeated that counsel to so many groups of freshman writing students that I’ve lost count, but what if we took the same Wittgensteinian wisdom to the front of the room and confronted professors with the need to become masters of a craft?  Peter Lindsay has done just that with his recent book The Craft of University Teaching, and Christian Humanist Profiles is glad to welcome him aboard.

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