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What then is a person’s core self? Consider the following illustration. John, Mary’s boss, snaps at her for coming to work two minutes late. He is grumpy and grouchy through the day, giving Mary a very hard time. ’ What is Peter trying to convey? Let us suppose that Peter thinks John is very kindly: that he has evidence for this judgment, garnered over a long span of years. That is to say, Peter thinks John has deeply rooted, important dispositions that provide a basis for expecting him to be kind to those he encounters and which help explain why he is kindly when he is.

What I am suggesting is that education be conceived of as the fostering and acquiring, by appropriate methods, of desirable dispositions, and that the dispositions that are desirable (and not just naturally possessed or acquired) consist of a mastery of forms of thought and action with their respective standards, together with responsibility and autonomy. If you ask me whether education can take this form, I can only answer that it has done so in the lives of countless individuals in the past. The main question is whether it can take this form successfully in the lives of all of us and our children.

This etymological root already indicates the difficulties just canvassed, for the law one sets for oneself need not coincide even in part with the moral law, and setting one’s law for oneself seems to preclude accepting the law, including the moral law, from any source or criterion other than oneself. The obvious questions here concern the natures of the ‘self’ which sets the law and of the ‘law’ which is set thereby. Many discussions of autonomy, however, pay no explicit attention to these questions.

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