Augustine and liberal education. Paffenroth, K. and Hughes, K., editors Ashgate, Aldershot, 2000.
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Collection of essays that includes: Bad habits and bad company: education and evil in the Confessions, by K Paffenroth. Models of teaching and models of learning in the Confessions, by D Romanick Baldwin. Augustine's Confessions as pedagogy: exercises in transformation, by T Martin. Study as love: Augustinian vision and Catholic education, by P Cary. The bishop as teacher, by D Doyle. The 'arts reputed liberal': Augustine on the perils of liberal education, by K Hughes. Augustine's pedagogy of intellectual liberation: turning students from the 'truth of authority' to the 'authority of truth,' by R Jacobs. The limits of Augustine's personal authority: the hermeneutics of trust in De utilitate credendi, by F Asiedu. Limit and possibility: an Augustinian counsel to authority, by M Doorley. Augustine and English Protestants: authority and order, coercion and dissent in the earthly city, by A Murphy. Reading without moving your lips: the role of the solitary reader in liberal education, by M Hill. The motives for liberal education, by T Smith.
@book{paffenroth_augustine_2000,
	address = {Aldershot},
	title = {Augustine and liberal education},
	isbn = {978-0-7546-1334-3},
	url = {https://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-whe/Record/whe_351514},
	abstract = {Collection of essays that includes:
Bad habits and bad company: education and evil in the Confessions, by K Paffenroth. Models of teaching and models of learning in the Confessions, by D Romanick Baldwin. Augustine's Confessions as pedagogy: exercises in transformation, by T Martin. Study as love: Augustinian vision and Catholic education, by P Cary. The bishop as teacher, by D Doyle. The 'arts reputed liberal': Augustine on the perils of liberal education, by K Hughes. Augustine's pedagogy of intellectual liberation: turning students from the 'truth of authority' to the 'authority of truth,' by R Jacobs. The limits of Augustine's personal authority: the hermeneutics of trust in De utilitate credendi, by F Asiedu. Limit and possibility: an Augustinian counsel to authority, by M Doorley. Augustine and English Protestants: authority and order, coercion and dissent in the earthly city, by A Murphy. Reading without moving your lips: the role of the solitary reader in liberal education, by M Hill. The motives for liberal education, by T Smith.},
	publisher = {Ashgate},
	editor = {Paffenroth, Kim and Hughes, Kevin},
	year = {2000},
	keywords = {Augustine, Saint, Bp of Hippo, EDUCATION -- Philosophy, Education, Education, Humanistic, philosophy}
}
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