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  1. How Should Schools Respond to the Plurality of Values in a Multi-Cultural Society?Les Burwood - 1996 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 30 (3):415–427.
  • How Should Schools Respond to the Plurality of Values in a Multi-Cultural Society?Les Burwood - 1996 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 30 (3):415-427.
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  • The Importance of Examples for Moral Education: An Aristotelian Perspective.Kevin McDonough - 1995 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 14 (1):77-103.
  • Rationality, Education, and Educational Research.Blane L. Harvey - unknown
    This thesis expands upon the discussions of Martha Nussbaum regarding scientific and Aristotelian conceptions of rationality and how each treats issues of moral reasoning and moral education. It posits that this scientific rationality provides an inherently flawed and limiting conception of the practical reasoner, and that its prevalence within the field of education, as well as in educational research has had damaging effects upon students and educators alike. Thus, it advocates the adoption of an Aristotelian view of reason, one which (...)
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  • Teaching Respect as a Civic Virtue in Diverse Societies.Barbara Kelly - unknown
    This thesis explores the meaning and educational implications of respect in liberal multicultural democracies. Significantly, I examine respect from a philosophical perspective as a civic virtue, and hence as a central aim of civic education.
     
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