Political Theory and Political Education
Princeton University Press, 1980 - Political science - 203 pages
By presenting alternative conceptions of how to link political theory to practice and education, this volume inaugurates a discussion hitherto not often attempted by modern political philosophers.
Originally published in 1980.
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