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Philosophy of Education


Lewis, C. S. The Abolition of Man. New York.: Macmillan Publ., 1955. Print.
               Brown 370.1 L58a 2000
               Main Collection: 370.1 L58a 2000

Lewis, C. S. That Hideous Strength. London: Voyager, 2003. Print. “His education had been neither scientific nor classical—merely ‘modern’. The severities both of abstraction and of high human tradition had passed him by: and he had neither pleasant shrewdness nor aristocratic honour to help him. He was a man of straw, a glib examinee in subjects that require no exact knowledge (he had always done well on Essays and General Papers).
Brown L72
                Main Collection: F L58H
                Main Collection: 823.912 L58t


Lewis, C. S., and C. S. Lewis. “Screwtape Proposes A Toast” The Screwtape Letters: With Screwtape Proposes a Toast. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 2001. Print.
                Brown 248 L58s 2000
                Main Collection: 248 L58s 2000

Loomis, Steven R., and Jacob P. Rodriguez. C.S. Lewis: A Philosophy of Education. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Print.
                Brown 370.1 L58LR

MacDonald, George, and Andrew P. Peabody. ”Individual Development” The Imagination, and Other Essays,. Boston: D. Lothrop, 1883. Print.
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Pridmore, John. "Talking of God and Talking of Fairies: Discourses of Spiritual Development in the Works of George MacDonald and in the Curriculum." International Journal of Children's Spirituality 7.1 (2002): 23-35. Print.
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Sayers, Dorothy L. The Lost Tools of Learning. New York: National Review, 1961. Print.
                Brown S30