Democratic Education Scholar

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Democratic Education - Scholars
... philosopher and proponent of democracy Michael Apple - Social scientist, democratic education scholar, University of Wisconsin–Madison Pierre Bourdieu - Anthropologist, social theorist, College de France ... John Holt - Critic of conventional education and proponent of home-schooling Homer Lane - Democratic education pioneer, founder of the Ford Republic (1907–12) and the Little ... Neill - Democratic education pioneer, founder of the Summerhill School Claus Offe - Political Scientist, theorist of deliberative democratic culture, Hertie School of Governance Karl ...
Noam Chomsky - Thought - Politics
... Freedom Socialist Party Socialist Action Democratic Socialists of America International Socialist Organization Revolutionary Communist Party USA Socialist Alternative Socialist Equality ... Issues Anarcho-capitalism Animal rights Capitalism Education Criticisms Islam LGBT rights Lifestylism Marxism Nationalism Orthodox Judaism Religion Sex/love Violence History Paris Commune Hague ... and freedom for all while allying itself with non-democratic and repressive organizations and states such as Chile under Augusto Pinochet and argues that this results in massive human rights violations ...

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