Ivan Illich: Deschooling Society

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"The most radical alternative to school would be a network or service which gave each man the same opportunity to share his current concern with others motivated by the same concern." -- Ivan Illich.

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Deschooling Society is arranged in the following chapters:

1. Introduction Notes | Discussion
2. Why We Must Disestablish School Notes | Discussion
3. Phenomenology of School Notes | Discussion
4. Ritualization of Progress Notes | Discussion
5. Institutional Spectrum Notes | Discussion
6. Irrational Consistencies Notes | Discussion
7. Learning Webs Notes | Discussion
8. Rebirth of Epimethean Man Notes | Discussion

The Text[edit | edit source]

Deschooling society by Ivan Illich

Full-text online: http://www.davidtinapple.com/illich/1970_deschooling.html

Audiobook online: http://www.unwelcomeguests.net/Deschooling_Society

Type: Book

Language: English

Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1971]

Edition: 1st ed. | 18 Editions

ISBN: 0060121394 9780060121396

OCLC: 154591

Related Subjects: Education -- United States. Educational sociology -- United States.

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