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C.S. Lewis & Friends Research Guide

C.S. Lewis gathered around him a group of Christian scholars and thinkers known as The Inklings. They wrote about and discussed many current ideas and problems. Some of these ideas and problems are not limited by time and they are still with us today.

Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of Education

Bibliography

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.
                Full Text @ Taylor

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.
                Full Text @ Taylor

Sayers, Dorothy L. The Lost Tools of Learning. New York: National Review, 1961. Print.
                Brown S30