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In this volume the author discusses the influence of France from the Norman invasion to the late 1960s. French thought and ideas are examined and more tangible evidence is also given of the widespread and often unnoticed influence that France has exerted on English education.
1 The Not Uncommon Tongue 2 The Hugenots 3 Groups and Societies 1570-1790 4 The Cult of Rousseau 5 French Revolutionary Institutions 6 The Soteriology of Education 7 The Triple Scarecrow: Secularism, Sociologism and Scientism 8 L’humanism Totale 9 Anglo-French Technical Co-operation 10 Multiformity in Uniformity. Guide to further reading.
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