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    Higher Education and the Critique of Values.Gerald Collier - 1988 - Journal of Moral Education 17 (1):21-26.
    Abstract The first part of the paper argues that the formidable problems facing the contemporary world involve intractable questions of values and of priorities among values: ?values? being used in the sense of the objects on which people set a value, not at a conscious, explicit level but at the deeper level of the driving purposes or ambitions of their lives. Supporting material is presented from four sources. A Club of Rome Report insists on the need to re?articulate the values (...)
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    Learning Moral Commitment in Higher Education?Gerald Collier - 1997 - Journal of Moral Education 26 (1):73-83.
    Abstract Britain is faced with many intractible problems. These call for detailed analysis, but equally also for examination of the values that inform them and the influences that shape those values. The present paper assumes, first, that the most fundamental of the values to be considered are those??such as integrity??which sustain probity in public life; secondly, that it is important to explore in what ways universities are likely to influence students? moral commitments; thirdly, that moral values are properly regarded as (...)
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