1 edition of Philosophy of education in cultural perspective found in the catalog.
Philosophy of education in cultural perspective
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||James John Jelinek, editor.|
|Contributions||Jelinek, James John, 1915-, Far Western Philosophy of Education Society.|
|LC Classifications||LB45 .P53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii,540 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||540|
|LC Control Number||79066540|
New Perspectives in Philosophy of Education seeks to build a bridge between philosophical reflection and socio-political action by developing a range of critical discussions in the areas of ethics, politics and religion. This volume brings together established authorities and a new generation of scholars to ask whether philosophy of education can contribute to political and social discourse. This enhances the comparative European cultural perspective of the book; and connects the work of each philosopher to wider intellectual, political, and social debates. The book will appeal to academics, postgraduates, and researchers working in philosophy, philosophy of education, and in educational, cultural, and social studies more : Alexandre Guilherme, W. John Morgan.
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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Philosophies of Education in Cultural Perspective. Philosophies of Education in Cultural Perspective. The philosophy of education is intended to provide some of that training.
More than any other field of. This book explores the symbiotic relationship between philosophy and culture. Every philosophy emerges as a reaction to, or as justification for a particular culture and it is for this reason that philosophy may differ from one culture to another.
It argues that philosophy is an essential part of every : J. Tosam. Philosophies of education in cultural perspective. New York, Dryden Press  (OCoLC) Online version: Brameld, Theodore, Philosophies of education in cultural perspective. New York, Dryden Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Brameld.
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