On the Cardinal Issues of Our Day
by Theodore Brameld - 1941
DESPITE PROFOUND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THESE volumes, they are alike in their rich significance for that kind of education which is sensitive to the cardinal issues of our day. Each is a penetrating analysis of those issues from the standpoint of philosophy. Each is seriously disturbed over the threat of antidemocratic forces and eager to enhance the values of democracy. Each demonstrates the importance of reexamining our characteristic beliefs about human nature and society in order to determine wherein we are most vulnerable, wherein we may tap new sources of wisdom and strength.
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