Ivan Illich in Conversation

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House of Anansi, 1992 - Philosophy - 299 pages
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"Ivan Illich alights on such topics as education, history, language, politics, and the church. The conversations range over the whole of Illich's published work and public career as a priest, vice-rector of a university, founder of the Centre for Intercultural Documentation in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and author of such classics as Tools for Conviviality, Medical Nemesis, and Deschooling Society."
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
The Myth of Education
59
A Question of Witness
79
A Catastrophic Break
105
A Flame in the Dark
131
The Last Frontier of Arrogance
153
The Double Ghetto
172
The Mask of Love
199
Walking the Watershed
219
A Generation Rid of Stuff
244
A Cosmos in the Hands of Man
252
NOTES
289
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About the author (1992)

David Cayley is a producer at CBC Radio as well as a writer. He is the author ofThe Rivers North of the FutureandThe Expanding Prisonwhich began as a series of broadcasts for Ideas. Cayley is also a contributor to Anansi's In Conversation series, which includes books on Ivan Illich, Northrop Frye, and George Grant. He lives in Toronto.

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