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The War for Children's Minds

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Acknowledgements
  • About Notes and Appendices
  • Introduction
  • The Enlightenment’s Twisted Legacy: One
    • The Age of Enlightenment
    • Galileo’s Telescope
    • Kant On Enlightenment
    • Two Kinds of ‘Enlightenment’
    • Modern Critics of Enlightenment
    • Islam and Enlightenment
    • Blame It On the Sixties
    • The Return of Young-Earth Creationism
    • Defending Kant’s Enlightenment Vision
  • Liberal With a Capital ‘L’: Two
    • Freedom of Action
    • Freedom of Thought
    • Two Schools
    • Religious Liberals
    • Atheist Authoritarians
  • Liberal and Authoritarian Educational Methods: Three
    • Murder and Torture
    • Other ‘Educational’ Methods
    • Brainwashing
    • The Filter of Reason
    • The ‘Modern Parents’
    • Striking a Balance
    • The Positive Side to Liberal Education
    • Can Children Be Philosophical?
  • Why Be Liberal (With a Capital ‘L’)?: Four
    • Democracy and the Liberal Approach
    • The ‘Marketplace of Ideas’
    • Milgram’s Experiment
    • Glover’s and the Oliners’ Research
    • Muslim Terrorists
    • Blaming the Holocaust On Atheism and the Enlightenment
    • Conclusion
  • Different Kinds of Authority: Five
    • When It’s Sensible to Trust an Authority
    • Why Moral Authorities Are Different
    • Taking Advice from Moral Experts and Authorities
    • ‘Playing God’
    • Kant Vindicated
    • The Authority of a Religious Text
    • The Authority of Parents, Judges and Policemen
    • How Authoritarians Take Advantage of the Ambiguity of ‘Authority’
    • Liberalism and Selfish Individualism
    • ‘What If They End Up Believing the Wrong Thing?’
    • The Liberal Response to Authoritarians In Their Midst
    • Conclusion
  • The Moral Malaise and Moral Relativism: Six
    • The Moral Malaise
    • Secularization
    • Crime, Youth and Sex
    • The Rise of Relativism
    • The ‘Politically Correct’ Argument for Relativism
    • Rampant Relativism and Non-Judgementalism
    • Is Religion the Cure?
    • The Wrong Sort of Religion?
    • Back to Authority With a Capital ‘A’
  • What’s Wrong with Moral Relativism?: Seven
    • Changes for the Good
    • Bad Arguments for Relativism
    • Liberals Who Reject Relativism
  • The Great Myth and the War for Children’s Minds: Eight
    • ‘Relativist!’
    • Relativism and Liberalism-With-a-Capital-‘L’
    • Science Is Liberal, Not Relativist
    • A Map of the Terrain
    • A Philosophically Basic Point
    • How a Liberal School Can Combat Relativism
    • Religious Education and Relativism
    • Relativist Vs Liberal Responses to Home-Grown Religious Fanaticism
    • The ‘Culture War’
    • The Relativism-or-Authoritarianism Myth
    • How Relativists Caricature Liberals
    • The Great Myth
    • Case Study 1: www.moral-relativism.com
    • Case Study 2: Melanie Phillips’ Attack On Graham Haydon
    • Case Study 3: Sacks’ Attack On Kant
    • Conclusion
  • Reason and Morality: Nine
    • Truths of Reason
    • The Sausage Machine of Reason
    • The Inductive Sausage Machine
    • Hume and the Is/Ought Gap
    • The Circularity Problem
    • Defending the Liberal Approach
    • A Final Worry
    • Conclusion
  • Good Habits and the Rise of ‘Character Education’: Ten
    • William James On Good Habits
    • Aristotle
    • Character Education
    • An Attack On the Liberal Approach
    • Defending the Liberal Approach
    • Two Types of ‘Character Education’
  • Tradition and Community: Eleven
    • The Unavoidability of Tradition
    • Losing the Plot
    • Rowan Williams On the Importance of Religious Tradition
    • Must We Abandon the Liberal Approach?
    • Response to Williams
    • The Importance of Stories
    • Community, Religion and Authority
    • Gray On de Maistre: ‘Reason Dissolves Civilization’
    • Sacks On Tradition
  • Keeping the Masses In Line: Twelve
    • ‘He’s Making a List, He’s Checking It Twice …’
    • Machiavelli
    • Leo Strauss’s ‘Noble Lies and Pious Frauds’
    • Irving Kristol
    • The Dependence of Morality On Religion
    • The ‘Obviousness’ of the Need for Religion
    • The ‘Moral Capital’ Move
    • The ‘Lower Orders’ Move
    • Further Problems With the View That Morality Is Causally Dependent Upon Religion
    • A Further Problem
    • Religion and the Liberal Approach
    • The Last Ditch Argument
  • Conclusion and Recommendation: Thirteen
    • Recommendations Regarding Religious and Moral Education
    • Parental Freedom
    • A System of Political Schools
    • Dealing With a Reply
  • The Enlightenment and the Holocaust: Appendix One
    • Lyotard
    • Christian Resistance to the Nazis
    • The Eichmann Case
  • MacIntyre On Authority and the Enlightenment: Appendix Two
  • Notes
    • Introduction
    • Chapter One
    • Chapter Two
    • Chapter Three
    • Chapter Four
    • Chapter Five
    • Chapter Six
    • Chapter Eight
    • Chapter Nine
    • Chapter Ten
    • Chapter Eleven
    • Chapter Twelve
    • Chapter Thirteen
    • Appendix One
  • Bibliography

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The War for Children's Minds

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