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Teachers, Ethical Imagination, and World Disarmament

by Peter Abbs - 1982

Teachers must respond to the threat of nuclear warfare with a deep and universal desire to secure life. Comprehensive concern for life as a whole must lie at the root of their work. Only a world-wide expression of the ethical imagination, which renders nuclear war wholly unacceptable, can save mankind. (Source: ERIC)

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 84 Number 1, 1982, p. 174-183
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 825, Date Accessed: 9/16/2021 4:55:11 PM

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  • Peter Abbs
    University of Sussex
    PETER ABBS is lecturer in art, philosophy, and education at Sussex University. He was editor of Tract and among his books are The Art of English; Reclamations: Essays on Culture; Mass Culture and the Curriculum; Roots and Blossom: Essays on the Philosophy, Practice and Politics of English Teaching, Autobiography in Education, and, with Graham Carey, Proposal for a New College.
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