Gary Gutting

University of Notre Dame

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Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and regular writer for the New York Times' philosophy blog, The Stone

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Only about 12% of all college students major in the humanities, a big change from just 50 years ago, when there were twice as many.

Are the Humanities in Crisis?

Only about 12% of all college students major in the humanities, a big change from just 50 years ago, when there were twice as many.

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