In Defense of Reason: Some Recent Perspectives
by Marvin Bressler - 1964
The author finds scholarship and style in three recent and important books on the social foundations of present-day education in America. But he also detects an aridity, a desperation, in these volumes that leave ominously open the question of how much appeal reason may enjoy as an educational guide to modern salvation. Is it possible that intellect, like love, is simply not enough?
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