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Freedom to learn: A view of what education might become
  • R. Peters
  • Psychology, Sociology
  • 1 December 1970
Bargaining with reading habit is no need. Reading is not kind of something sold that you can take or not. It is a thing that will change your life to life better. It is the thing that will give youExpand
Education and the education of teachers
Part 1: Education 1. Education and the Educated Man 2. The Meaning of Quality in Education 3. Ambiguities in Liberal Education and the Problem of its Content 4. Dilemmas in Library Education 5. TheExpand
Authority, Responsibility and Education
Philosophies of Education
R. J. Haack's article in Philosophy April I976 contains so many misrepresentations or misconceptions of what he calls 'the new view' that I feel it incumbent on me, as the person most frequentlyExpand
Psychology and Ethical Development
Education and Justification
This paper starts from and keeps constantly in touch with the arguments advanced and points of view expressed in Richard Peters’ profound and fascinating article ‘The Justification of Education’. *Expand
Education and human development
• Applied Learning Sciences (TAL) • Community and social changes (EPS) • Counseling: Marriage and family therapy (EPS) • Counseling: Mental health (EPS) • Early childhood, special education (TAL) •Expand
Ritual in education
Ritual in animals generally refers to a rigid pattern of motor acts which function as signals controlling behaviour between animals in specific situations. Ritual in humans generally refers to aExpand