“When external …


“When external control is rejected, the problem becomes that of finding the factors of control that are inherent within the experience. When external authority is rejected, it does not follow that all authority should be rejected, but rather there is need to search for a more effective source of authority.”

John Dewey, Experience and Education p. 8 

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