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  1. Education and the Overcoming of Evil.Robert B. Louden - forthcoming - Educational Philosophy and Theory:1-11.
    In this essay, I try to make sense out of Kant’s unusual concept of grace, particularly as regards its uneasy relationship to education within the context of the effort to overcome evil. The key to the puzzle, I argue, lies in what I call ‘moral receptivity’. Part of education’s job is to make us morally receptive to grace by preparing us for its possibility.
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