Debates about education go far beyond the classroom and consider the way an understanding of education affects the human condition, while placing an emphasis on the advancement of society. Some of the questions our authors raise are: what kind of education is appropriate for a free society, how should it be funded, what role should the state play, what should individuals be taught in order to make them good citizens, and how should individuals be taught?
See the books published by Liberty Fund in this subject area.
- Kant on Education (über Pädagogik) (Caroline A.F. Rhys Davids)
- Education (James Mill)
- Emile, or Education (Jean-Jacques Rousseau)
- Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects (1861, 1911) (Chales W. Eliot)
- The Intellectual Portrait Series: A Conversation with Jacques Barzun (Jacques Barzun)
- The Liberal Mind (Kenneth Minogue)
- Observations upon Liberal Education, in All its Branches (George Turnbull)
- The Works, vol. 8 (Some Thoughts Concerning Education, Posthumous Works, Familiar Letters) (John Locke)
- The Works of Jeremy Bentham, vol. 8 (John Bowring)