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Author Rud, A. G.

Title Albert Schweitzer's legacy for education [electronic resource] ; Reverence for life / A. G. Rud.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

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Physical description 192 p.
Notes Electronic book text.
Epublication based on: 9780230108561, 2010.
Contents Part I: SCHWEITZER'S LIFE, INFLUENCES, AND CONVICTIONS * A Brief Biography of Early Influences * Schweitzer's Philosophical and Religious Heritage * An Evolving Relationship: Albert and Helene * To Africa: From Thought to Conviction and Action * Reverence for Life * PART II: SCHWEITZER AND EDUCATION * Practical Reverence and Education * Schweitzer and Moral Education * Icon, Scoundrel, Prophet, Paradigm: A Recovery Project for the Schools * Conclusion: Is the School the Way?
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Summary This is the first book devoted to the study of the thought of Albert Schweitzer as it relates to educational theory and practice. Rud argues that Schweitzer's life and work offer inspiration and timely insights for both educational thought and practice in our new century. This is the first book devoted to the study of the thought of Albert Schweitzer as it relates to educational theory and practice. Rud argues that Schweitzer's life and work offer inspiration and timely insights for both educational thought and practice in our new century.
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History notes A. G. Rud is Dean and Professor of the College of Education at Washington State University. He holds a BA in Religion from Dartmouth College and an MA and PhD in Philosophy from Northwestern University.
Subject Schweitzer, Albert, 1875-1965.
Education -- Aims amd objectives.
Education -- Philosophy.
Philosophy & theory of education.
Organization & management of education.
Education.
ISBN 9780230116238 : £63.00
023011623X : £63.00