Daniel McInerny (ed.)
American Maritain Association (1999)
|Abstract||Concerned with the trendy, technocratic, and at times sophistical character of contemporary education, the authors seek to reinvigorate a Thomistic approach to ...|
|Keywords||Education Philosophy Education, Higher Philosophy Catholic universities and colleges Philosophy|
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|Call number||LB125.T52.C66 1999|
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