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Warren A Nord

Warren A Nord

Warren A. Nord works in the philosophy of the humanities, the philosophy of religion, the philosophy of education (especially moral education), and the relationship of religion and education. He is the author of two books: Religion and American Education: Rethinking a National Dilemma (1995); and, with Charles C. Haynes, Taking Religion Seriously Across the Curriculum (1998). He is also the author of more than thirty book chapters and articles in scholarly and professional journals, including “The Humanities and the Modern Mind,” in Mind, Value, and Culture: Essays in Honor of E. M. Adams (1989); “Teaching and Morality: the Knowledge Most Worth Having,” in What Teachers Need to Know (1990); “Religion and Multiculturalism,” in The Politics of Multiculturalism and Bilingual Education (1999); “Science, Religion, and Education,” in Religion and Education (1999); “Moral Disagreement, Moral Education, Common Ground,” in Education and Civil Society (2000); “Liberal Education and Religious Studies,” in Religion, Education, and the American Experience (2002); “Intelligent Design Theory, Religion, and the Science Curriculum,” in Darwinism, Design, and Public Education (2003); and “Liberal Education, Moral Education, and Religion,” in Moral Formation and the University (forthcoming). For twenty-five years he served as Director of the University’s interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities and Human Values. Under their auspices he edited The E. M. Adams Reader (2002) and published two longish essays as booklets: An Introduction to the Life and Thought of E. M. Adams (2003) and Do the Humanities Make Us Humane? (2004). He is currently working on two books: the first is tentatively titled God and Education; the second, not yet titled, explores the intersection of the humanities, moral education, and liberal education.

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