Read “Disabling Professions” by Ivan Illich with Rakuten Kobo. In this fascinating and controversial collection of essays Ivan Illich, Irving K Zola, John McKnight. Born in Vienna in , Ivan Illich grew up in Europe. He studied theology, philosophy, history, and natural science. During the s he worked as a parish . Collection of essays challenging the power and mystery of the professions.
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