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|Education is too important to be left solely to the educators. - Keppel, Francis The |
educator must above ... Kraus, Karl The regeneration of society is the
regeneration of society by individual education. - La Bruyere, Jean De We are
dealing with ...
|wider application, adapted to the circumstances and needs of the present day, |
the regeneration of society and the leaven of individual education, but who, more
than ever before, have departed from Christ, the first article of their programme ...
|There a brilliant psychiatrist, Dr. William Rivers, set about restoring Sassoon's "sanity" and sending him back to the trenches. This novel tells what happened as only a novel can. It is a war saga in which not a shot is fired.|
|In Comte's society of the future this elite would control education and form public |
opinion. ... The notion that individuals had natural rights independently of, and
even against society, was foreign to his mind. ... And the regeneration of society '
consists above all in substituting duties for rights, in order better to subordinate ...
Peter Roberts, Peter W. Roberts, Hugh Sykes - 2000 - 320 pages
|Providing students and practitioners with a detailed overview of the key theoretical and applied issues, this book is a comprehensive and integrated primer on regeneration.|
|Christianity would create a perfect society, and to this end it must produce perfect |
men; it would bring forth perfect men, and to ... For Jesus, as for genuine
Christianity, the purpose of God's inbreaking kingdom was to regenerate
individuals and society as coordinate interests. ... of fashion, and the king- dom of
learning, and the kingdom of amusement; every great depart- ment of society is to
be pervaded ...
|Most ethical theory in the Christian church is based upon the assumption that it is |
possible to make society ethical by ... an ideal society; but he expected to create
such a society by regenerating individuals until they would have a completely
social ... The recognition of this ideal must not, however, tempt us to regard the
socialization of the individual through educational and religious suasion as
|Christianity also ministers to the eternal youth of society, by opening perpetually |
a fountain of self-sacrificing and self-devoting ... Spite of multitudinous individual
acts of self- devotion and of an extraordinary prevalence of public spirit in the ...
|CHAPTER -6 EDUCATION, SOCIETY AND CULTURE Participation in the hectic |
process of life brings to the fore man's inherent gifts. ... This amounts to saying
that the development of an individual's personality is mainly dependent upon his
association with a culture. ... through a period of time but the life of the body
continues, or like the leaves of a tree, w hich are subject to decay and
|Education provides the means for the social regeneration of humanity. As the |
moral, social, emotional and intellectual development of each individual unfolds
through education, society is also improved by these individuals who achieve