In the final chapter (21), Hanan Alexander argues for a recovery of humanism in pedagogy that is grounded in the fundamental fact that human experience is inherently diverse. He concludes that genuine humanism in pedagogy lies in acknowledging that ‘human rights should not be imposed by those who claim to possess them or by those seeking to act in their behalf. Rather, rights ought to be received by those committed to caring for others out of a profound sense of responsibility.
|Title of host publication||Values, Human Rights and Religious Education|
|Editors||Jeff Astley, Leslie J. Francis, David W. Lankshear|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Publisher||Peter Lang AG|
|Number of pages||26|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781788745260, 9781788745277, 9781788745284|
|State||Published - Dec 2018|