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The crisis of western education.

Christopher Dawson

The crisis of western education.

With specific programmes for the study of Christian culture, by John J. Mulloy.

by Christopher Dawson

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Published by Sheed and Ward in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Humanistic -- History,
  • Religious education

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 246 p. ;
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19020714M

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OCLC Number: Description: pages 22 cm: Contents: 1. The history of liberal education in the west: 1. The origins of western tradition in education The age of universities and the rise of vernacular culture The age of humanism The influence of science and technology Nationalism and the education of the people The development of the American educational tradition.

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Book Description: The Crisis of Western Education, originally published inserved as a capstone of Christopher Dawson's thought on the Western educational system. The Crisis of Western Education Buy now This book, first published in and recently reprinted, was written during Dawson’s tenure as Professor of Roman Catholic Studies at Harvard, and contains his views on the American education system, as well as on Western education in general.

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Edward Luce offers a response in his forthcoming book. The English cultural historian Christopher Dawson ( – ) wrote already in an almost prophetically named book called ‘The Crisis of Western Education’. In it he says: “Culture, as its name denotes, is an artificial product.

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Frank Furedi on The Crisis in Education Frank Furedi He is a prolific writer on Western culture with a particular interest in the precautionary attitude Western societies have towards risk in the areas of terrorism, children and climate change, among others.56 The Crisis of Western Education in the south, in the predominantly anglican colonies, education was far less developed, partly owing to the pattern of settlement and economic life, but also to the neglect of their colonial responsibilities by the Church of england.

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