Stanley Daugert Collection
||Stanley Daugert Collection
||The collection consists of one typed copy of a paper entitled “Oglethorpe and
the Problem of Moral Education” by Stanley Daugert.
||0.5 linear feet
Stanley M. Daugert taught at Oglethorpe University from 1947-1962. In 1962 he
left to become head of the philosophy department of Western Washington State
College. Daugert was born in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. He received 3 degrees
including his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He served in World War II and
taught at Georgia State and Emory before coming to Oglethorpe in 1947.
The collection contains one typed, 137 leaf, copy of the paper entitled
“Oglethorpe and the Problem of Moral Education: A Study and Report Addressed to
the Oglethorpe Faculty” by Stanley M. Daugert, Professor in the Division of
Human Understanding, Oglethorpe University, April 1, 1952.
Oglethorpe and the Problem of Moral Education
Oglethorpe University. Division of Human Understanding
Please cite Stanley Daugert Collection, MF 9, Archives, Philip Weltner Library,
Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia. Permission to publish from this
collection must be approved in writing by the Director of the Library,
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