The author analyzes the debate over liberal education, focusing on critic Nel Noddings, who advocates alternative education. The author cites Noddings' article "Conversation as Moral Education," where Noddings identifies traditional education as studying the canon of Great Books, and another article in which Noddings discusses the theory of curricula.
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DeNicola, Daniel R. “Friends, Foes, and Nel Noddings on Liberal Education” (2012). Philosophy of Education: 2011: Yearbook of the Philosophy of Education Society, edited by Robert Kunzman. The Philosophy of Education Society (Normal, IL).