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Ivan Illich (; 4 September 1926 – 2 December 2002) was a Croatian-Austrian philosopher, Roman Catholic priest, and critic of the institutions of modern Western culture, who addressed contemporary practices in education, medicine, work, energy use, transportation, and economic development. Enciclopedia Treccani Gran Encyclopedia Catalana The book that brought Ivan Illich to public attention was Deschooling Society published in 1971. It was a groundbreaking critique of compulsory mass education. He argued that the oppressive structure of the school system could not be reformed but must be dismantled in order to free humanity from the crippling effects of the institutionalization of all of life.

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Tʻal hakkyo ŭi sahoe / I. Illichʻi chŏ ; Hwang Sŏng-mo yŏk
脫學校의社會 / I. 일리치著 ; 黃性摸譯
Uniform title: Deschooling society. Korean
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Samsŏng Misul Munhwa Chaedan, 1978
서울特別市 : 三星美術文化財團, 1978
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
North Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Union of Students, 1972
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
[Cape Town] : University of Cape Town, 1980
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
[Geneva] : International Institute for Labour Studies, [1975]
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
[London : Writers' and Readers' Publishing Cooperative, 1974, c1973]
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
New York : Pantheon Books, 1983
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
London : Boyars ; Melbourne : distributed by T.C. Lothian Pty., 1978
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
New York, Harper & Row [1971]
by Illich, Ivan, 1926-
Boston ; London : M. Boyars, 1981
London ; Salem, N.H. : M. Boyars, 1977
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