Education and the Image of Man
by Maurice Friedman - 1968
The author relates his focal concern for "personal authenticity" to the question of the VALUE of education for the individual. The ultimate value, as he sees it, is to be discovered in the "image of man" a student acquires through his unique responses to the books and men be is confronted with.
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