"Hand has written a book on the deeply difficult problem of moral education that is a marvel of clarity and cogency. He never succumbs to the evasiveness or the dogmatism that almost always undermines writing on this topic. When he takes a stand, you will always understand the reasons why he does so, even if you disagree with him. No recent book on the topic can compare with this one."
Eamonn Callan, Pigott Family Professor of Education, Stanford University, USA.
"This groundbreaking book should become essential reading for anyone interested in moral education in modern multicultural societies. It is written in a straightforward, direct style, and is packed with careful arguments. Whether or not you agree with Hand’s arguments, you’ll come away with a much better understanding of what is at stake. Highly recommended."
Harry Brighouse, Professor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.show more