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The Future of Humanistic Studies


by Alan Bullock ó 1980

Humanistic studies are defined by several characteristics: the temporal view of values and a refusal to repudiate the past as irrelevant; the importance of human actions and beliefs; and the dual qualities of objectivity and subjectivity. (Source: ERIC)


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 82 Number 2, 1980, p. 173-190
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 979, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 8:22:27 PM

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  • Alan Bullock
    St. Catherine's College, Oxford, England
    Lord Bullock was, from 1960-1980, Master of St. Catherine's College, Oxford University. He is editor of the Oxford History of Modern Europe series and author of Hitler, A Study in Tyranny. He was Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, 1969-1973, and chairman of the Trustees of the Tate Gallery, 1963-1970. He is also chairman of the National Council for Training and Supply of Teachers, and chairman of the Schools Council. A fellow of the British Academy, he was chairman of both the government Committee on Literacy and the government Committee on Industrial Democracy. He was knighted in 1972 and became a life peer in 1976
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