Mary, Baroness Warnock
Standard Name: Warnock, Mary,,, Baroness
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KN approvingly cites Mary Warnock for discerning and hailing a tendency among moral philosophers to address the complexities of actual choice, and actual decisions, thus making moral philosophy more difficult, perhaps much more embarrassing...
A committee on the needs of handicapped children, chaired by Mary Warnock , recommended that children should not be classed by handicap but treated as individuals with particular needs.
Following an official enquiry, philosopher Mary Warnock published Special Educational Needs: Report of the Committee of Enquiry into the Education of Handicapped Children and Young People.
Forty years after it had become one of the first five Oxford men's colleges to admit women, Hertford College marked the occasion by replacing its dining-hall portraits of male eminences with striking black-and-white photographs of...