The educational dilemma of a reactionary: Louis de Bonald’s Théorie de l'éducation sociale
Keywords:De Bonald's Théorie de l'éducation sociale, Reactionaryism, Classism, Talent Education, Women's Education
The article intends to present one of the lesser known works of the reactionary thinker Louis de Bonald, the Théorie de l’éducation sociale. What emerges is an educational concept that isn't always coherent, but interesting as it's paradigmatic of a troubled era in European history.
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