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Special Reports on  " English"

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T.S. Eliot on the Aims of Education

No justification is needed for a presentation of T.S. Eliot's views on education. Our own predicament should prompt us to seek all ...

Can 'Education' Be Defined?
Education is a subject on which we all feel that we have something to say. We have all been educated, more or less; and we have, most of ...

Democracy's Middle Way: An Essay on ''Can 'Education' be Defined?''
Education is a subject on which we all feel that we have something to say," writes Eliot, and here one is reminded of Flannery O'Connor's ...

Diversity and a Common Education: An Essay on ''Can 'Education' be Defined?''
Visiting Prague in the summer of 1990, I stood one evening in a handsome room dating from the Masaryk era as a midlevel official of Vaclav ...

Is the Good Man the Good Citizen?: An Essay on 'The Interrelation of Aims'
What T.S. Eliot gradually comes to say in his second lecture, building upon the first, he further clarifies two years later in his ...

Moral Values and Civic Education: An Essay on "The Interrelation of Aims"
Now, what I want is, Facts. Teach these boys and girls nothing but Facts. Facts alone are wanted in life. Plant nothing else, and root out ...

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