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An Intelligent Person S Guide To Judaism

Author : Shmuel Boteach
ISBN : 071563190X
Genre : Religion
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Argues that Judaism possesses a core of wisdom that appeals to Jews and non-Jews alike

An Intelligent Person S Guide To Education

Author : Tony Little
ISBN : 9781472913128
Genre : Education
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Tony Little is The Head Master of Eton. One of the most progressive and imaginative people in British education today he has hitherto kept a low profile. This book, published to coincide with his retirement, sets out his educational fundamentals. There is a crisis in the British education system. Year on year GCSE and A Level pupils post better exam results, with more students achieving top grades. Yet business leaders and employers complain bitterly that our schools are not producing people fit for purpose. Far from being locked in an ivory tower, a bastion of privilege, Mr Little has used his time as a teacher and headmaster to get to grips with fundamental questions concerning education. He wants to produce people fit to work in the modern world. How do children absorb information? What kind of people does society need? What is education for? Not only is the author one of the great reforming headmasters of our time but he has planted Academies in the East end of London, founded a state boarding school near Windsor and yet is a passionate advocate of single sex schools. This book is not a text book for colleges of education - it is a book to enlighten the teaching profession and just as much for anxious parents. The book is simply arranged under topics such as authority, expectations, progress, self-confidence, sex, crises and creativity. Tony Little thinks it is time to ask some fundamental questions, and to make brave decisions about how we make our schools and our schoolchildren fit for purpose.

An Intelligent Person S Guide To Religion

Author : John Haldane
ISBN : 0715633767
Genre : Religion
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What use is religion in the modern world? Since the Enlightenment philosophers have stripped faith of its claim to being part of human knowledge. But since the dismantling of religion, the ancient and enduring questions about the meaning of our existence - questions that haunt all of us at some point during our life - have never been adequately answered. Drawing on many aspects of human culture, John Haldane offers a defence of religion as not only credible but necessary. He explores the place of religion in relation to science, in making sense of evil, in understanding history and in explaining value. He also looks at religion's impact on art and its complex relationship with death. An Intelligent Person's Guide to Religion makes a compelling argument for the necessity of faith in modern society.

Philosophy

Author : Roger Scruton
ISBN : 9781474288989
Genre : Philosophy
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In Philosophy: Principles and Problems Roger Scruton shares the ideas and arguments which initially attracted him to the subject and those which have engaged his attention throughout his career. Through discussions of major philosophers, Kant and Wittgenstein in particular, he attempts to show how philosophy is relevant to life in the modern world. The topics he discusses range from the nature of truth, to Music, History, sex, morality and God. Read this book, therefore, to share a profound philosopher's thoughts about some of the major problems of our time. The Bloomsbury Revelations edition includes a new preface from the author.

An Intelligent Person S Guide To Fascism

Author : Richard Griffiths
ISBN : UOM:39015049512299
Genre : History
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Though we think we know what it is, the definition of fascism is remarkably elusive. In general consciousness it has become a collective term of abuse, while, in reaction, scholars have over-defined it out of existence. In this book, Richard Griffiths undertakes to resolve the issue, placing fascism in its tortuous historical context.

An Intelligent Person S Guide To Christian Ethics

Author : Alban McCoy
ISBN : 0826476732
Genre : Religion
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Stimulating discussion of the fundamental concepts we employ in every day consideration of moral questions for the general reader.

An Intelligent Person S Guide To Modern Guilt

Author : Paul Oppenheimer
ISBN : UOM:39015041297725
Genre : Guilt
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Two of the features of guilt that makes it so mysterious are, according to the author, its degreelessness and intensity. A person is either guilt-ridden or not, and in this study guilt is studied from both a modern and an ancient perspective

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