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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 ...
|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 ...
|Quotes by La Bruyere, Jean De from QuotationsBook.com The regeneration of |
society is the regeneration of society by individual education. - La Bruyere, Jean
De The first day one is a guest, the second a burden, and the third a pest.
|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
|Nowhere is the evangelical impulse at the heart of the educational revival more |
evident than in Mann's letters of ... a moral and spiritual regeneration of American
society through the moral and spiritual regeneration of individual personalities.
|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
|... upon calls for individual religious conversions, education or self-culture, |
politically organized reform societies, or state ... through individual regeneration
so much as it was through social regeneration that only the church could provide.
|The Remaking of Education for a Cosmopolitan Society Bob Lingard, Jon Nixon, |
Stewart Ranson ... intensification of the development of governmentality, the
practices through which individuals take responsibility for themselves (Ingamells,
2007; Rose, 1999). ... These tensions play out in school involvement in urban
regeneration, but in addition, there are also specific education policy issues to
|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