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Mitchell, Richard: The Gift of Fire. v1, 23 Aug 2008
The Underground Grammarian is back with the most important book of his career. Richard Mitchell, author of the classics Less Than Words Can Say, The Graves of Academe, and The Leaning Tower of Babel, delivers in The Gift of Fire a series of fiercely witty, brilliantly considered "sermons'' on an issue as old as Socrates but still controversial today: What is the role of morality in education, and therefore in our daily responsibilities? And how do we decide what morality should be taught, and why?
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