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    Introducing Giovanni Gentile, the ‘Philosopher of Fascism’.Thomas Clayton - 2009 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 41 (6):640-660.
    This essay aims to introduce Giovanni Gentile to scholars of Gramsci studies broadly and Gramsci‐education studies more specifically. The largest part of the essay explores Gentile's academic life, his philosophical agenda, and his political career. Having established a basis for understanding the educational reform Gentile enacted as Mussolini's first Minister of Public Instruction, the essay then surveys the substantial contemporaneous and contemporary English‐language material about it. The essay engages this literature only lightly and briefly in conclusion, for the primary purpose (...)
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    An Historical Study of the Portraits of Sir John Suckling.Thomas Clayton - 1960 - Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 23 (1/2):105-126.
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    Re‐Orientations in Moral Education in Cambodia Since 1975.Thomas Clayton - 2005 - Journal of Moral Education 34 (4):505-517.
    In recent years, Cambodia has transitioned from a communist state to a liberal democracy following market economic practices. Transition in the political economy has, in turn, influenced education and, more specifically, moral education. In this article, I define moral education more broadly than many, as additionally dedicated to the preparation of students ideologically for participation in, or opposition to, political and economic movements at the world level. During successive communist regimes (Democratic Kampuchea, 1975?1979, and the People's Republic of Kampuchea, 1979?1989), (...)
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