Education for the

third millennium

Education aims for the transcendent.  

Throughout the centuries in western civilization, the purpose of a liberal arts education was understood to be the mechanism by which each of us are inducted into the quest for truth.

The truth is transcendent, but not unattainable or abstract.  With the right tools and methods, we are well equipped to engage in that age-old quest for human liberation.

What is the purpose of education?

The purpose of education is to form character, to help men and women become conscientious members of society, guided by integrity and a sense of duty towards the community.  Everything else flows from this vision of education, including a strong economy and productive society.

Here at Rebus, we're dedicated to helping every student reach their full potential both academically and morally.  To find out more about our work, get in touch here >


"Logic of Meaning" Resources

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Get access to multiple resources exploring the origins of literature, culture, and philosophy.  Browse and explore key ancient and Medieval texts and sources.

Explore Education

Find the latest educational videos on writing, liberal arts, communication, and handy 60 second tutorials.
Explore our library of great books and biographies of contributions at the root of the liberal arts tradition.
Visit the Online Bookstore for eBooks and hard copies of Rebus education texts and classics from Amazon.

Get access to the SuperScripts digital text and resources to enhance your writing, critical thinking, and communication skills.  Access multiple pages as they are added.

eBook Extensions

With Rebus Education eBooks, you'll be egible for extensions and tools to help you in your courses.

Extensions such as essay templates, infographics, and much more to help you become an expert in communicating complex ideas well!

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