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|1||Liberal Theory and Education Policy||1|
|2||The Case for Choice||19|
|3||Three Red Herrings||47|
|4||The Case for Autonomy-Facilitating Education||65|
|5||Objections to Autonomy-Facilitating Education||83|
|6||The Case for Educational Equality||112|
|7||Objections to Educational Equality||141|
|8||Social Justice and Existing School Choice Programmes||163|
|9||School Choice For Social Justice?||182|
Posted July 1, 2004
I was intrigued by the author's philosophical approach, so refreshing amid much (undoubtedly useful) anecdotal, pep-rally, motivational-styled writing. Brighouse is not deluded that his ideas are based in theory. Yet it is that very fact that makes his work so appealing. It is filled with possibilities. I am also deeply impressed that his conceptualization of social justice extends far beyond the superficial concerns of radical multi-culturalism that borders, disturbingly often, on separatism. Instead, his ideas elucidate a concept of education-for-social-justice for all, not blind to culture, not assimilationist, but total and unobscured by passions.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 15, 2009
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