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Mary Warnock: Ethics, Education and Public Policy in Post-War Britain

Mary Warnock: Ethics, Education and Public Policy in Post-War Britain

This biography illuminates the life and thought of Baroness Mary Warnock, whose active years spanned the second half of the twentieth century, a period during which opportunities for middle-class women rapidly and vastly improved.
 
Warnock was described as ‘probably the most celebrated philosopher in Britain.’ She began her career as an Oxford University philosophy don and went on to become headmistress...
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