"Homage to Raphael Hythloday"

Title"Homage to Raphael Hythloday"
Year for Search1970
AuthorsAustin, David, and Page, David
Secondary TitleARK (Journal of the Royal College of Art, London)
Volume / Edition46
Pagination4-7
Date PublishedSpring 1970
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

A eutopian education, with much criticism of even good contemporary education. In Utopia they teach the parents–which includes everyone who the child chooses to learn from–first. That means that no elementary schools are needed, and there are no age or generational distinctions. No one works but people create and make things as and when they choose.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in Anarchy 115 10.9 (September 1970): 266-68.

Full Text

1970 Austin, David and David Page. “Homage to Raphael Hythloday.” ARK (Journal of the Royal College of Art, London) 46 (Spring 1970): 4-7. Rpt. in Anarchy 115 10.9 (September 1970): 266-68.

A eutopian education, with much criticism of even good contemporary education. In Utopia they teach the parents–which includes everyone who the child chooses to learn from–first. That means that no elementary schools are needed, and there are no age or generational distinctions. No one works but people create and make things as and when they choose.