Tag Archives: philosophy

Negroland: Book of the Week

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Radio 4’s Book of the Week this week is Negroland by Margo Jefferson. Margo Jefferson was born in 1947 to a successful black, middle-class couple in Chicago. Her memoir looks back on her childhood and the black bourgeois upbringing that … Continue reading

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How can we do the right thing?

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Of the six intelligences we describe in our 3D model, the one that involves no thought and no logic is the one that’s the least considered and sometimes the hardest to comprehend. We’re talking here about instinctual intelligence – a … Continue reading

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Religion, Education and the Public Domain

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Our attention this Easter has been on the General Election and also on those parts of the world where people are terrorising, killing, maiming and abusing one another for no other reason than their membership a particular religion or religious … Continue reading

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Education and the Hadow Report – Learning from the History of Education

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It’s a pleasure to be working again with Professor Yoko Yamasaki at Mukogawa University. The focus of our current collaboration (on the history of education and on contemporary issues in education) is the Hadow Report of 1931, and its impact … Continue reading

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