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Liberal education and social work
Gordon James Aldridge
1965 by Published for the Institute of Higher Education by Teachers College Press in [New York] .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 91-96.
|Statement||[by] Gordon J. Aldridge [and] Earl J. McGrath.|
|Series||Publications of the Institute of Higher Education|
|Contributions||McGrath, Earl James, 1902- joint author., Columbia University. Teachers College. Institute of Higher Education.|
|LC Classifications||LC1011 .A53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 102 p.|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||65021932|
Her work cuts across philosophy of education and culture, social epistemology, postcolonial studies and literature. She has offered courses in liberal arts as a visiting faculty in Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bengaluru and has previously taught as a senior faculty member in the English Department, Mount Carmel College. Provides a brief sketch of liberalism, explaining the key commitments to individualism, rights, and autonomy. It explains how political philosophy should be applied to education policy, and offers a brief account of the place of the family in liberal justice.
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counterparts (it's because the go to school much more of /5(). Liberal education and social work. [New York] Published for the Institute of Higher Education by Teachers College Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gordon J Aldridge; Earl J McGrath; Columbia University.
Teachers College. Institute of Higher Education. Social liberal ideas and parties tend to be considered centrist or centre-left. A social liberal government is expected to address economic and social issues such as poverty, health care, education and the climate using government intervention whilst also emphasising the rights and autonomy of the individual.
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In the name of social justice and diversity, students at elite colleges are casting aside the very works that probe those topics so deeply. The central authors of the Western tradition—from.
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Ultimately, Redesigning Liberal Education reveals how humanizing forces, including critical thinking, collaboration, cross-cultural competencies, resilience, and empathy, can help drive our world. This uplifting collection is a celebration of the innovative work being done to achieve the promise of a valuable, engaging, and practical.
"Lindsay Paterson has produced a fascinating work that traces the social radicalism present in liberal education from the midth Century to the present drawing on a wealth of innovative research.
This book deepens our understanding of liberal education and it clarifies the contemporary importance of these ideas for public policy."5/5(1).
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The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults is a rigorous, noncredit liberal arts program that draws on the strong Socratic tradition at the University of Chicago and covers the foundations of Western political and social thought. The Certificate Program. The starting point for the Basic Program is the Four-Year Core Curriculum.
The book illuminates all too well that, outside a dwindling social elite, education at all levels now offers an increasingly instrumental vocational curriculum that eulogises 'skills' in employability, learning to learn and personal development.", "An ideal of liberal education is one of the most valuable legacies of western culture.
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This chapter examines liberal social policies. The connection between liberalism and municipal socialism has often been commented upon. There has been an increasing trend to view the liberal realisation of municipal socialism as the German counterpart of liberal social reform in other countries, such as ‘New Liberalism’ in Britain.
These observations, however, have been based. The larger issue is the plight of liberal education, paideia, in an ongoing war between Deweyan-Rawlsian liberal democracy and neoliberalism, where neoliberalism is winning.
Philosophy, Liberal Arts and Lying Fictions. Outside the philosophical circle of women, beyond the realm of the seven liberal arts muses and their Queen Philosophy sit four men.
Poets, mage, or magicians, the men work at desks writing words beyond the influence of Followers: A New Take on Defending Liberal Education. In Defense of a Liberal Education does not sound like a book that Fareed Zakaria would isn’t.
What should the aims of education be in a liberal society. Who should exercise control over education. How can children be taught to become good citizens of a pluralistic state.
The Demands of Liberal Education seeks to answer these questions by drawing on political theory, philosophy of education, and empirical research to develop a liberal theory of children's. The book sets to present the importance of liberal education in the personal and social development of a person despite the rapid and profound changes brought about by technological advances.
The text tackled the status of liberal studies in the international and local levels; in technical colleges and universities; and in adult education and. Albert Jay Nock, writing inspells out the difference between a Nation-style liberal and a Freeman-style radical. "The liberal believes that the State is essentially social and is all for improving it by political methods so that it may function accordingly to what he believes to be its original intention.
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