Washington, D.C. 1982 Trade paperback Good. No dust jacket as issued. Ex-library. strip of sun darkened cover on front fore edge and bottom, lighter yellowing on spine. remains on
bottom front, rubber stamp on title page, pocket and date due slip inside back. else pages and edges clean and... Trade paperback (US). xiii, 113 pages. Selected bibliography, pages 103-107; Index, pages 109-112; "About the Author", page 113. from the introduction: "this essay argues, on the assumption that education has...to be liberal, i.e. it should aim at the promotion of knowledge and understanding in depth and breadth for its intrinsic worth, that a truly liberal education cannot afford to ignore traditional religious truth-claims in a manner...of the prevailing secularism (at least among curriculum theorists and philosophers), since there are good reasons to teach them as viable claims to knowledge." a quite hard to find book.
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