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Michael D. Aeschliman

Teacher

Columbia University

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Columbia University

Background Information

Employment History

Professor

University of Italian Switzerland


Affiliations

C. S. Lewis Society of California

Board of Advisors Member


TASIS SA

Board Member


Education

B.A.


Ph.D.

Boston University


PhD

Columbia


Web References(35 Total References)


TASIS The American School in Switzerland: TASIS Foundation Board

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Michael D. Aeschliman
Dr. Aeschliman has been associated intermittently with TASIS since 1971. He holds B.A., M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University and is a widely-published writer (e.g., see his archive at National Review Online). In addition to teaching at TASIS, he has taught at a poverty-area American public high school, Columbia University, the University of Virginia, universities in Lausanne and Milan, Boston University (now Emeritus Professor), and the University of Italian Switzerland in Lugano, where he has been Professor of Anglophone Culture since 1996.


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Michael D. Aeschliman, Curriculum Advisor
Dr. Aeschliman has been associated intermittently with TASIS since 1971. He holds B.A., M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. degrees in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University and is a widely-published writer. In addition to teaching at TASIS, he has taught at a poverty-area American public high school, Columbia, the University of Virginia, universities in Lausanne and Milan, Boston University (now Emeritus Professor), and the University of Italian Switzerland in Lugano, where he has been Professor of Anglophone Culture since 1996.


About the C.S. Lewis Society of California

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Michael D. Aeschliman
Professor of Education, Boston University; Director, Erasmus Institute, Switzerland


C. S. Lewis: Science and Scientism, by Henry F. Schaefer III: C.S. Lewis Society of California

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A short book with a title somewhat similar to the present is Michael D. Aeschliman's The Restitution of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Case against Scientism.
Although the titles are related, the concerns of my essay are different from those of Aeschliman. As an active scientist with a vigorous research group of 30 people, it is probably inevitable that I would not take as ambiguous an attitude toward science as Aeschliman.


Articles: C.S. Lewis Society of California

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C. S. Lewis on Mere Science, by Michael Aeschliman


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