This book provides an authoritative, yet accessible guide to the philosophy of education, its scope, its key thinkers and movements, and its potential contribution to a range of educational concerns. The text offers a balanced view of three key dimensions: first, in giving an equal weight to different styles and modes of philosophy; second, by including past and present perspectives on philosophy of education; and third, in covering both the general "perennial" issues in philosophy and issues of more contemporary concern.
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About the Author
My research is primarily in the areas of epistemology and moral philosophy. Particular areas of interest include: educational theory, humanities, the problematic nature of empirical inquiry into human activity, and the role of higher education.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND THEORYWhat Is Philosophy of Education? - D C PhillipsSchools of Thought in Philosophy of Education - Robin BarrowThe Philosophy of Education and Educational Theory - David CarrThe Philosophy of Education and Educational Practice - Richard PringPART TWO: SOME KEY HISTORICAL FIGURES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATIONPlato and Education - Ieuan WilliamsRousseau's Émile and Educational Legacy - Jack Martin and Nathan MartinJohn Dewey and Educational Pragmatism - James Scott JohnstonT S Eliot, Education and Culture - Andrew ReidR S Peters, Liberal Traditionalist - M A B DegenhartPost-Structuralism, Postmodernism and Education - Richard SmithFeminism and Education - Cris Mayo and Barbara StengelEducation and the Catholic Tradition - Kevin WilliamsGazetteer of Educational Thinkers - Compiled by Robert ManeryPART THREE: PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL PRACTICEThe Pofessional Status of Teaching - Timothy ReaganTeaching and Pedagogy - David T Hansen and Megan J LavertyThe Wider Ethical Dimensions of Education and Teaching - Hugh SockettMoral and Citizenship Education - J Mark HalsteadIndoctrination - Richard BaileyKnowledge and Truth - Harvey SiegelThe Value of Knowledge - Brenda AlmondConcepts of Mind - Christine Mc CarthyLearning - Andrew DavisMotivation and Learning - Frederick S Ellett Jr and David P EricksonTransferable Skills - Stephen JohnsonEducational Assessment - John HallidayInclusion and Diversity - Penny Enslin and Nicki HedgeEquality and Justice - Claudia Ruitenberg and Daniel VokeyIndividual and Community Aims in Education - John P Portelli and Francine MenashyArt and Aesthetics in Education - Constantin KoopmanReligious Education - James C Conroy and Robert A DavisPhysical Education - Mike Mc Namee and Richard Bailey Philosophical Questions about Learning Technologies - Craig A Cunningham and Briana L AllenPersonal and Social Education - Graham HaydonEducation and the Environment - Michael Bonnett