SMC229H1 Lecture Notes - Marshall Mcluhan, Scholasticism, Bourgeoisie
Being able to recite and compare the interpretations of acknowledged authorities and thus becoming a better man: not about a private understanding of meanings. Scholasticism-- as a developing readership" in the 13th-15th centuries- this entails the community of readers that developed around a model of education that sought to teach a. Proper" method of reading in order to reveal a text"s proper" meaning. Scholasticism as we discussed it is presented quite clearly in the manguel chapter on. Learning to read"- the primary points being that it was a readership consisting primarily of a privileged class and was not an approach to reading that sought to encourage individualized expression of meaning but objective textual exegesis. "readership" only able to emerge in direct relation to the evolving form of the book. There is a conceptual framework within which scholasticism developed, namely, that a.