Over the past few years, how we feel seems to have become as important, if not more important, than what we do. Is this an Age of Emotion, where our inner lives matter more than lives in the world? Is achieving happiness more important than achieving worldly goals? Should public life – at work or education, for example – be redirected towards satisfying these more existential goals?
Goodbye Mr Chips: can research tell teachers how to teach?
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