War for Children's Minds - 
      Stephen Law

War for Children's Minds

«<p>'<em>The War for Children's Minds</em> is a brilliantly clear and convincingly argued defence of liberalism in moral education. Stephen Law examines and demolishes all the arguments in favour of authoritarian ways of teaching, and shows that in spite of the insistence of popular commentators from the religious right, a liberal and rational examination and discussion of moral questions does not lead to relativism and the decay of ethical behaviour, but can in fact be the best defence against them. This book won't be read by popular journalists: they will attack it without reading it. But it should be read by every teacher, every parent, and every politician. What's more, it should form the subject for discussion in every church, synagogue, mosque, and religious youth group. It's one of the most engaging as well as one of the most necessary books that I've ever read in the field of moral education.' <strong>Philip Pullman</strong></p> <p>Behind headlines on the confl»

Presents a defence of the humane, liberal life. Tackling questions, such as how do we raise good children? and featuring examples, this book asks us to re-evaluate the liberal tradition of thinking about morality. Les mer
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Presents a defence of the humane, liberal life. Tackling questions, such as how do we raise good children? and featuring examples, this book asks us to re-evaluate the liberal tradition of thinking about morality. It argues that children should learn about right and wrong, and respect for others.
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Forlag: Routledge
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 208
ISBN: 9780415378550
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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Introduction 1. The 'Twisted Legacy' of Enlightenment 2. Liberal with a Capital 'L' 3. Liberal and Authoritarian Educational Methods 4. Why Be Liberal (with a Capital 'L') 5. Different Kinds of Authority 6. The Moral Malaise and Moral Relativism 7. What's Wrong with Moral Relativism? 8. The Great Myth and the War for Children's Minds 9. Reason and Morality 10. Good Habits and the Rise of 'Character Education' 11. Tradition and Community 12. Keeping the Masses in Line 13. Conclusion and Recommendation