After six years at St. Anselm’s Abbey School, Oscar Lloyd can’t wait to study philosophy some more
Oscar Lloyd’s six years attending St. Anselm’s Abbey School in Washington inspired what he calls “a passion” for studying philosophy when he attends Columbia University in the fall.
“It’s the combination we learned there of combining philosophical theory plus action,” Lloyd told the Catholic Standard. “It’s the greatest thing you can do.”
His love for philosophy came up several times in an interview, as he returned to the subject again and again to explain how studying history, philosophy and politics “have driven my passions in high school.” He thinks perhaps he’ll combine those interests in a career in journalism or politics, using the grounding in philosophy to think more critically about the world.
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