Liberal education reconsidered

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Harvard University Press , Cambridge
Education, Human
Statementby Theodore Meyer Greene.
SeriesThe Inglis lecture -- 1952, Inglis lectures (Harvard University) -- 1952.
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL13530733M
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Cambridge, Harvard University Press, "An exceptionally fine collection that distills the very latest writing on midtwentieth-century U.S. politics and society."--Gareth Davies, author of From Opportunity to Entitlement: The Transformation and Decline of Great Society Liberalism "Offers a diverse mix of Liberal education reconsidered book that demonstrate how this era was often marked by intense political and cultural by: 2.

University Press of Florida Book: The Liberal Consensus Reconsidered. Contributors: Edited by Robert Mason and Iwan Morgan. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): History - American. Download Citation | Liberal education reconsidered: Cultivating humanity in the knowledge society | In the knowledge society, there is a conflict between “education for profit” and Author: Eunsook Hong.

In the knowledge society, there is a conflict between “education for profit” and “education for humanity.” Education for profit is needed for students’ economic survival and success in the knowledge economy.

Education for humanity is needed for their existential lives worthy of human beings. This paper deals with the question of whether it is possible to Cited by: 2. A short, lucid book that articulates Zakaria's thoughts on the significance of a liberal education.

This is not "liberal" as in politically left and squishy of thought, but "liberal" in the sense of the Yale report he quotes: "the essence of a liberal education is 'not to teach that which is peculiar to any one of the professions; but to lay the foundation which is common to /5.

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In the knowledge society, there is a conflict between "education for profit" and "education for humanity." Education for profit is needed for students' economic survival and success in the knowledge economy. Education for humanity is needed for their existential lives worthy of human beings.

This paper deals with the question of whether it is possible to educate for humanity in Cited by: 2. Septem PM to PM EDT Attend in person or live webcast Join Donald A. Downs, author of Free Speech and Liberal Education: A Plea. If you’re really determined, you can complete the entire Liberal Arts canon in about 4 years by reading a book every weeks (some larger books will take longer to read though) However, for most people this education may stretch on for decades as you read the books on the list that most interest you (and I’ve also created a 21st Century.

In Democracy and Education Reconsidered: Dewey After One Hundred Years, the authors work to reconstruct and re-contextualize Dewey’s educational philosophy through various themes, theories, and teaching situations that speak to the democratic issues of our time.

Specific attention is given to matters of educational diversity, such as class. Liberal Education Reconsidered; Reflections on Continuing Education for Contemporary Man.

Notes and Essays on Education for Adults, Author: James B. Whipple. It was an interesting era, made more understandable by the essays in The Liberal Consensus Reconsidered.

© The Author Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Organization of American : William H Chafe. In The Liberal Consensus Reconsidered, leading scholars—including Hodgson himself—confront his long-standing theory that a “liberal consensus” shaped the United States after World War II.

These essays offer new insights into the era and diverging opinions on one of the most influential interpretations of mid-twentieth-century U.S.

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history. Democracy Reconsidered by Elizabeth Kaufer Busch,The third section addresses the supposed 'crisis in liberal education' caused by our 'crisis of self-evidence.' Included essays explore the extent to which the professed aims of liberal education may be at odds with the cultivation of dutiful citizens.

The book closes by 3/5(1). Toward the Liberal Education for Adults Box Notes for a book ca. Box Rough draft ca. Whipple, James B. and F. Goldman, K. Haygood, and P. Siegle: Box Liberal Education Reconsidered: Reflections on Continuing Education for.

Included essays explore the extent to which the professed aims of liberal education may be at odds with the cultivation of dutiful citizens.

The book closes by considering some of the political consequences of employing content-less freedom as the primary standard by which human behaviour is judged. Included essays explore the extent to which the professed aims of liberal education may be at odds with the cultivation of dutiful citizens.

The book closes by considering some of the political consequences of employing content-less freedom as the primary standard by which human behaviour is : Lexington Books. John J. Miller is joined by Donald Alexander Downs to discuss his book, 'Free Speech and Liberal Education.'.

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A liberal education is a system or course of education suitable for the cultivation of a free (Latin: liber) human is based on the medieval concept of the liberal arts or, more commonly now, the liberalism of the Age of Enlightenment.

It has been described as "a philosophy of education that empowers individuals with broad knowledge and transferable skills, and a stronger sense. The American Liberal Tradition Reconsidered: The Contested Legacy of Louis Hartz (Part of the American Political Thought Series).

The book makes the case that a liberal education enables “students to make sense of the world and their place in it, preparing them to use knowledge and skills as a means to engage responsibly. Science Teaching Reconsidered is a practical handbook designed for college teachers who want to explore new ways to enhance student learning.

The handbook draws on the knowledge of teachers and scientists with extensive experiences in the natural sciences and a keen interest in effective science teaching.

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"The Case for a Traditional Liberal Education," Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, n13 (Aut ): Abstract: Examines the controversy over what some consider liberal education's shortcoming in a multicultural society: that it is predominantly an exclusive white male, Europe and North American centered curriculum.

A liberating education. Many academic programs tied to particular professions focus on how to do things—training—rather than on how to analyze, comprehend, and communicate about things, which is the purpose of education.

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