This video is a short sketch of Illich's book with emphasis on his statement, "For most men the right to learn is curtailed by the obligation to attend school."
Charles Eisenstein, 2008.
Deschooling Society as read by Emma Mulqueeny Correct on: 09/08/14 Source:
A Book Review Illich, Ivan. (1971). Deschooling Society. New York: Harper & Row.
This video looks at chapter one of "Deschooling Society" with emphasis on how bureaucracies like school confuse escalation with success and increase impotency in the individual.
Catholic Priest Ivan Ilich explains how to deconstruct societies institutions and begins with schools.
In this edition of Homeschool Hangout, Sara and I discuss Deschooling, a concept developed by Ivan Illach in his 1971 book "Deschooling Society". Deschooling as a practice has been embraced by eclectic home schoolers, but most particularly unschoolers. Deschooling is about the process both learner undergoes after leaving school. School as a setting for education [...]
Music-video for 'Deschooling Society' - taken from the 'Democrazy EP' by The Boy That Ate His Glasses. 'Deschooling Society' features musical contributions by Bram Permentier, Glenn De Boeck, Hans Bogaerts & Rob Werkers + samples from 'Scary School Nightmare' - a cartoon from the series 'The Pinky Show', which was also used as footage material [...]
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In chapter four Illich builds a spectrum of societal institutions, left and right. Not having the political connotations we associate with those terms, the author gives examples spanning the two extremes. Illich also talks about false public utilities, of which he considers school the most "insidious" (though automobiles are not far behind!). This video closes [...]