Augustine and Liberal Education

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Kim Paffenroth, Kevin L. Hughes
Lexington Books, 2008 - 215 Seiten
Augustine and Liberal Education sheds light on liberal education past and present, from an Augustinian point of view. Ranging from historical investigations of particular themes and issues in the thought of Saint Augustine, to reflections on the role of tradition and community and the challenges and opportunities facing universities in the next century, the contributors return to the sources of traditional reflection while exploring contemporary issues in education.

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Bad Habits and Bad Company Education and Evil in the Confessions
3
Models of Teaching and Models of Learning in the Confessions
15
Augustines Confessions as Pedagogy Exercises in Transformation
25
EDUCATION IN AUGUSTINES OTHER WORKS
53
Study as Love Augustinian Vision and Catholic Education
55
The Bishop as Teacher
81
The Arts Reputed Liberal Augustine on the Perils of Liberal Education
95
TEACHING AND AUTHORITY IN AUGUSTINE
109
Augustines Pedagogy of Intellectual Liberation Turning Students from the Truth of Authority to the Authority of Truth
111
The Limits of Augustines Personal Authority The Hermeneutics of Trust in De utilitate credendi
124
Limit and Possibility An Augustinian Counsel to Authority
146
Augustine and English Protestants Authority and Order Coercion and Dissent in the Earthly City
163
LIBERAL EDUCATION SINCE AUGUSTINE
177
Reading without Moving Your Lips The Role of the Solitary Reader in Liberal Education
179
The Motives for Liberal Education
198
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Kim Paffenroth is chair of the Religious Studies Department and associate professor at Iona College.
Kevin L. Hughes is associate professor in Department of Theology and Religious Studies and director of the Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Conference at Villanova University.

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