Sterling soon turned to a quotation from Second Nature :. Higher education institutions bear a profound moral responsibility to increase the awareness, knowledge, skills and values needed to create a just and sustainable future. But what is justice? Again the meaning of the term is taken for granted.
Why would a university start with all the moral answers instead of the moral questions? Are students really supposed to think for themselves--but only if they end up with the "right" morals in order to create a just and sustainable future? Sterling apparently thinks so. Wow, where have the universities been all these years, teaching the wrong things about social relations, justice, ethics, and economics, etc.?
It turns out the universities have been all wrong all this time. One of the next slides explains why, quoting from the book Integrating Concepts of Sustainability into Education for Agriculture and Rural Development. A knotty problem, indeed. Sterling helps us get where we are required to go via a number of additional binaries, catchphrases, and false stereotypes about traditional education. Following an explanation of how some of these ideas have been working at Plymouth, Sterling concluded with a quotation from a publication called Leadership Skills for a Sustainable Economy , emphasizing just how urgently we need ESD:.
Augustine and Greene were both struck by the third lecturer, Paul Murray, who counseled the participants to use emotional imagery to spur people to action. NLP is a fringe movement in psychotherapy that has been by and large rejected by the scientific community. What does homelessness have to do with sustainability? The webinar offered few particulars.
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