Offering a variety of perspectives on some of the most fundamental questions about moral education the volume is written in the belief that philosophy has an important contribution to make in bringing about a clearer understanding of the task of moral education. There is an international team of contributors including both philosophers and educationalists. These include; David Best, Brian Crittenden, Paul Hirst, Ruth Jonathon, John Kekes, Will Kymlicka, Alasdair MacIntyre and Amelie Oksenberg Rorty.
'...a must for the library of any institution which claims to promote the serious study of Education or any individual with research or teaching interests in Moral or Values Education.' - Colin Wringe, Keele University
'This book is essential reading for anyone connected with education or related disciplines who is interested in the teaching of morality and citizenship.' - Caroline Hancock, Trinity College, Carmarthen, UK