This study draws on a wide range of Sartre's writings, early and late, both philosophical and literary, to creat a Sartre-inspired philosophy of education. It highlights the need to give priority to questioning rather than to passivity, excellence rather than success, the avoidance of a kind of "objectivity" that precludes making moral judgements and condemning evil.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 224
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