By R. S. Peters
First released in 1959, Authority, accountability and Education makes a speciality of the philosophy of schooling and is anxious with the query of ethical schooling. It used to be initially in keeping with talks introduced normally at the domestic provider and 3rd Programme of the BBC among April 1956 and January 1959 yet, as a result of its broad charm and recognition, it was once revised to incorporate paintings from one more 10 years of the author’s instructing and event within the subject.
The booklet is written in 3 components on authority, accountability, and schooling, and makes use of numerous theories, together with these by means of Marx and Freud, to accomplish his goals. even if initially released a while in the past, the booklet considers many questions which are nonetheless suitable to us today.
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Freud, for instance, did not claim, as is generally thought nowadays, that we have an unconscious motive for everything we do, any more than Marx thought that men were moved mainly by their desire for gain. Such half-truths, when they gain a hold, can fester and lead to strange moods and maladies. For men are moved not by what is the case hut by what they think to be the case. And often something becomes the case because men think it is so. The word goes round, for instance, that a man is grasping, unfriendly, and suspicious.
Do the parents then try to retain their right to command along traditional lines? Or do they try to relate their authority to clearly understood tasks, and wean their children to an understanding of a more rational type of authority? Above all is there a 47 AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITY AND EDUCATION consistent attitude towards the exercise of authority? ,. lt is a surprising thing that we now regard it as quite natural for adolescents to rebel against their parents. In Victorian times such a revolt, when it occurred, meant guilt for the adolescent and shock and shame for the parent.
Gone, it might be argued, is the authority of the face to face leader. lt is not parents, parsons or teachers who have any authority nowadays; if anyone has, it is those charismatic figures who appear for brief half-hours framed in the screen on the family hearth-rug. The parents just tum the knobs -if they have sufficient authority left to manage even that. Trust, faith, obedience-all those attitudes appropriate to authority-have either been shrugged off or dissipated in a diluted form towards some central synthetic substitute.
Authority, Responsibility and Education by R. S. Peters