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EDUCATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF
Education and Human Being II
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A. S. Neill academic freedom academic person achieved activities advancement of knowledge aesthetic applied argue argument aspect B. F. Skinner belief choice claim common right common understanding concept concerned context Cooper course criteria criticism Dearden development of mind discussion distinction doctrinaire duty Egyptology Enoch Powell evaluative example exercise fact Forms of Knowledge Griffiths grounds human ideal important incompatible indoctrination inequalities inquiry institutions involves judgement justification kind Langford Lawrence Stenhouse learning logical matter mental powers moral natural necessary neutral teacher notion O'Hagan objects one's orangeade particular perhaps Phillips Griffiths philosophy philosophy of education political position possible presuppose principle Professor Elliott public standards pupils quality and equality question R. M. Hare reason recognised reference relevant rights of academic seems sense social sort special right Special Theory systematic disciplines teaching thesis things truth University utilitarian Warnock