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Table of Contents
|Education in the Confessions|
|Bad Habits and Bad Company: Education and Evil in the Confessions||p. 3|
|Models of Teaching and Models of Learning in the Confessions||p. 15|
|Augustine's Confessions as Pedagogy; Exercises in Transformation||p. 25|
|Education in Augustine's Other Works|
|Study as Love: Augustinian Vision and Catholic Education||p. 55|
|The Bishop as Teacher||p. 81|
|The "Arts Reputed Liberal": Augustine on the Perils of Liberal Education||p. 95|
|Teaching and Authority in Augustine|
|Augustine's Pedagogy of Intellectual Liberation: Turning Students from the "Truth of Authority" to the "Authority of Truth"||p. 111|
|The Limits of Augustine's Personal Authority: The Hermeneutics of Trustin De utilitate credendi||p. 124|
|Limit and Possibility: An Augustinian Counsel to Authority||p. 146|
|Augustine and English Protestants: Authority and Order, Coercion and Dissent in the Earthly City||p. 163|
|Liberal Education Since Augustine|
|Reading without Moving Your Lips: The Role of the Solitary Reader in Liberal Education||p. 179|
|The Motives for Liberal Education||p. 198|
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