Freedom as an Aim of Education
Keywords:education, freedom, care, soul, Educator, culture
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Svobodová, Zuzana. 2022. “Freedom As an Aim of Education”. Theology and Philosophy of Education 1 (2):1-2. https://tape.academy/index.php/tape/article/view/19.
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