Catholic Education in Liberal Democratic Societies: Challenges & Predicaments

Benjamin Tonna Lecture 2003 by Prof. Terence McLaughlin

    • Catholic Education in Liberal Democratic Societies:
      Challenges & Predicaments

      Benjamin Tonna Lecture 2003 by Prof. Terence McLaughlin
      University of London, U.K.
      Discussant: Rev. Prof. Peter Serracino Inglott
      Rector Emeritus: University of Malta

       
      Dr Terence McLaughlin is University Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and Fellow of St. Edmund's College. He is also Professor-designate of Philosophy of Education, Institute of Education, University of London. He specialises in philosophy of education and his current research interests include education in a liberal democratic society, parents'rights in education, common and separate schools, education for citizenship, education in morality, national identity in education, and Catholic education. His recent publications include a collection of philosophical papers Education in Morality (Routledge 1999) (edited with Mark Halstead) and an interdisciplinary collection of papers on Catholic education The Contemporary catholic School: Context, identity and Diversity (Falmer 1996) (edited with Jospeh O'Keefe SJ and Bernadette O'Keeffe).