11 edition of Liberal education and the democratic ideal found in the catalog.
|Series||A Yale paperbound, Y-1|
|LC Classifications||LC1011 .G75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||59007283|
Liberal democracy is a liberal political ideology and a form of government in which representative democracy operates under the principles of classical liberalism. Also called Western democracy, it is characterised by elections between multiple distinct . Delbanco does a fine job at making his case for liberal education as a public good that should be preserved and fostered; his concern about how social inequality undermines democratic cultural values strikes me as utterly justified."—Scott McLemee, Democracy "[T]he book reaches its .
For Nussbaum, liberal education is alive and well on American campuses in the late twentieth century. It is not only viable, promising, and constructive, but it is essential to a democratic society. Taking up the challenge of conservative critics of academe. Mortimer Adler was Editor-in-Chief of the Great Books series, and a proponent of a liberal education in the Western tradition. This work is in the same vein, but it is what Adler refers to as a "practical" book. In the introduction he notes the fun that was made of his book title, with a spoof How to Read Two Books written shortly after by Erasmus G. Addlepate.
The book shows some experience about liberal education, review Socrates's method, explain the importance of the humanities to construct a critical though. The author makes a defense of the inclusion of the plurality at the classroom, but too, the inclusion of /5. The ideal of working to create a more-democratic society had become much less prominent (Harkavy and Benson ). Recognition of this state of affairs is reflected in the President’s Declaration on the Civic Responsibility of Higher Education, which grew out of a conference cosponsored by the American Council on Education and Campus Compact.
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Liberal education and the democratic ideal: And other essays (A Yale paperbound, Y-1) [Alfred Whitney Griswold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The essays in this book reflect on the paradoxical relationship of liberal education and liberal democracy. Liberal education emphasizes knowledge for its own sake, detached from all instrumental purposes.
It also aims at liberation from the manifold sources of unfreedom, including political sources.5/5(1). The surest path to wisdom is a liberal education.” ― Alfred Whitney Griswold, Essays on Education tags: book-burning, books, censorship, education, freedom-of-thought, inquisition, intolerance, liberalism, oppression/5.
“Democratic Education Stretched Thin represents both the current state of public education and a refined vision of political liberalism. In addressing both of them Blacker adds considerably to our understanding of education and : Paperback.
The book makes a substantial contribution to the current debate about democracy, by emphasising the central importance of education to political thought and practice, and suggests that only an education system based on liberal democratic principles can offer the possibility of a genuinely free : David Sullivan.
The book makes a substantial contribution to the current debate about democracy, by emphasising the central importance of education to political thought and practice, and suggests that only an education system based on liberal democratic principles can offer the possibility of a genuinely free society.
This Western devotion to the liberal arts and liberal education must have been largely responsible for the emergence of democracy as an ideal.
The democratic ideal is equal opportunity for full human development, and, since the liberal arts are the basic means of such development, devotion to democracy naturally results from devotion to them.
In this book, Alistair Miller brings together a range of philosophical and historical perspectives to argue for a new vision of liberal education: liberal in the sense that it forms a moral and cultural inheritance, new in the sense that it would enable all pupils to lead flourishing lives.
A vision of the liberal ideal in education would therefore recognise that the responsibility for educating children cannot be transferred to others; nor can it be side-lined or placed behind other considerations. Instead, it is the key principle upon which the whole education system is : James Stanfield.
Liberal education emphasizes knowledge for its own sake, detached from all instrumental purposes. It also aims at liberation from the manifold sources of unfreedom, including political sources. In this sense, liberal education is negative, questioning any and all The essays in this book reflect on the paradoxical relationship of liberal Reviews: 1.
Liberal education and the democratic ideal Liberal education is practical education What we don't know will hurt us Better men and better mousetraps Time to repair the bridge On reading On conversation The fine arts and the university The best of two worlds: athletics and education Liberal education and democratic ideal --Liberal education is practical education --What we don't know will hurt us --Better men and better mousetraps --Time to repair the bridge --On reading --On conversation --Further obsequies for the grammarian --The creative individual --The limited competence of the state --Freedom, security, and the university tradition --The cost of.
With liberal notions of communication and tolerance subjected to this violence, I have turned to the ideas of a Vermonter, although one who passed away inJohn Dewey, for their defense.
Dewey’s Democracy and Education is a firm rebuke to today’s hate-filled campaign, even years after its publication. 1 ). Introduction --The Democratic Framework --The Content of a Liberal Education --Schools --The Myth of the Royal Road --The Art of Instruction --Excellence --The Case for Examinations and Grades --The Case against Examinations and Grades --Testing and Grading --The Authority of a Teacher --Requirements --The Faculty.
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Westport, Conn. A philosophical and pragmatic critique is offered of the pedagogical dilemmas confronting the educational establishment.
It is argued that higher education institutions at present have no clear idea of what a liberal arts education ought to accomplish, what its scope ought to be, and how its goals ought to be reached. The academic community is failing to provide students with a broad.
John Kouwenhoven on Democracy, Waste, and Liberal Education. Here’s some provocative passages from a book by John Kouwenhoven, a Walt Whitman scholar and an “American Studies” pioneer who theorized a good deal on architecture and handicrafts, with the wonderful title The Beer Can by the Highway: Essays on What’s American about : Carl Eric Scott.The democratic ideal unites caring and knowing: The more voices we call into thoughtful dialogue, the truer our convictions and conclusions will be.
This is a demonstrable necessity of a democratic society, and it is why Illinois State University graduates aspire to teach and serve everyone, including those on the margins, those who have been.The Demands of Liberal Education is a political philosophy book by Meira Levinson that establishes a liberal political theory of children's education that fits the mutual needs of the state and its diverse her: Oxford University Press.