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Deschooling Society

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714508780
Genre : Education
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Diskussion om hvorvidt uddannelse i det nuværende system er lig offentlig skolegang med en uønskelig ensretning
Category: Education


Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714527580
Genre : Economics
File Size : 78.85 MB
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Category: Economics

Tools For Conviviality

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714509744
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 73.37 MB
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Category: Political Science

Shadow Work

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001932214
Genre : Business & Economics
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Combines historical and economic perspectives to examine the economic existence of modern man, the war against subsistence, and shadow work--the underpaid work which is unique to an industrial economy
Category: Business & Economics

Beyond Economics And Ecology

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714531588
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Each of the four essays printed here was written for a specific occasion and together comprise only the smallest selection from a larger corpus questioning commodity and energy-intensive economies. The essays are presented thematically instead of chronologically to offer a better view of the sweep of Illich's argument. In the first two, "War against Subsistence" and "Shadow Work," Illich reveals both the ruins on which the economy is built and the blindness of economics which cannot but fail to see it. The second two essays, "Energy and Equity" and "The Social Construction of Energy," unearth the nineteenth century invention and subsequent consequences of 'energy' thought of as the unseen cause of all 'work' whether done by steam engines, humans, or trees. The science of ecology relies on this assumption and, as Illich explained, unwittingly fuels the addiction to energy. The close dance of energy consumption and economic growth is characteristic of not just industrially geared societies. After all, energy consumption steadily increases even in so-called post-industrial societies, fueling the fortunes of Google and Apple no less than Wal-Mart"--
Category: Business & Economics

Ethics And Education Routledge Revivals

Author : R. S. Peters
ISBN : 9781317494782
Genre : Education
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First published in 1966, this book was written to serve as an introductory textbook in the philosophy of education, focusing on ethics and social philosophy. It presents a distinctive point of view both about education and ethical theory and arrived at a time when education was a matter of great public concern. It looks at questions such as ‘What do we actually mean by education?’ and provides a proper ethical foundation for education in a democratic society. The book will appeal to both teachers and students of philosophy as well as education.
Category: Education


Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : IND:39000016249166
Genre : Psychology
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Traces the historical evolution of written language, public literacy, and libraries; assesses the impact of the alphabet on thought processes and memory as well as society; and analyzes the potential effects of the current erosion of literacy on the futur
Category: Psychology

Disabling Professions

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714525553
Genre : Power (Social sciences)
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Category: Power (Social sciences)

Energy And Equity

Author : Ivan Illich
ISBN : 0714510580
Genre : Business & Economics
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Schr. betoogt dat energieverbruik boven een zeker maximum niet leidt tot meer welvaart, maar tot onrechtvaardige maatschappelijke verhoudingen.
Category: Business & Economics