By Wolf Marshall
This publication is lovely mediocre. Has a number of first rate licks, however the overwhelming majority is not going to do a lot for any point of guitarist. The presentation of the cloth is usually very negative.
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By analysing the concept of a liberal education we shall, I think, be put in the way of clarifying the relations between liberal adult education, role education, and the vocational education of adults, and thus of establishing how all of these are related to the concept of education as this has hitherto been defined. What, then, are we saying when we say that someone has received, or is receiving, a ‘liberal’ education? In the most general terms, of course, we are saying that his education is one worthy of a free man, and therefore that it is anchored in his personal freedom as a central value guiding and underwriting whatever specific content it may be given and whatever procedures it may be carried on by.
Perhaps it will be as well to recall here that when we speak of someone receiving a ‘liberal’ education we are merely reaffirming, re-emphasizing, that he really is being educated in Liberal adult education and its modesâ•… 37 the full undiluted sense of the term. (23) However, mankind’s zeal for education, like its zeal for so many other things admitted to be greatly worthwhile, is seldom wholehearted or unmixed. If we find it necessary to speak of someone receiving a ‘liberal’ education, this is because so often the studies in which people engage do not even set out to be real exercises in education.
24) To describe a course of adult education as ‘liberal’ may, then, be to emphasize the intrinsic worthwhileness of the subject studied. Or it may be to emphasize that the course in question is being conducted, on the part of teachers and taught, in an educationally appropriate spirit of free and active partnership, since this is another basic requirement of educational principle which is in practice all too liable to be neglected. In Chapter 7 we shall examine some of the grounds for regarding adult classes as being altogether more likely to keep faith with the proprieties of a genuinely educational enterprise, and thus to be more ‘liberal’ in spirit, than classes of schoolchildren.