This chapter introduces the idea of educational goods, and breaks these goods down into six capacities: the capacities for economic productivity, personal autonomy, democratic competence, healthy personal relationships, treating others as equals, and personal fulfillment. It argues that these capacities must be developed in order for individuals to be able to flourish and contribute appropriately to the flourishing of others.
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