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Philosophy : education / Bryan R. Warnick and Lynda Stone, editors ; Carol A. Schwartz, project editor ; Hélène Potter, associate publisher ; Kristine Julien, graphic design specialist.

Contributor(s): Warnick, Bryan R, 1974- [editor.] | Stone, Lynda [editor.] | Schwartz, Carol A [editor.] | Potter, Hélène [publisher.] | Julien, Kristine [designer.] | Gale Group.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Gale virtual reference library.Macmillan interdisciplinary handbooksPhilosophy: Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Macmillan Reference USA, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, [2017]Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (xxx, 447 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color), portraits.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780028662947.Subject(s): Education -- Philosophy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Education -- PhilosophyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Philosophy.DDC classification: 370.1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
part one. Figures and traditions : Plato / Richard Smith ; Jean-Jacques Rousseau / Grace Roosevelt ; Pragmatism and John Dewey / Jim Garrison ; Analytic philosophy of education / Paul smeyers ; Continental philosophy of education / Gert Biesta ; Critical theory / Eduardo Duarte ; Feminist philosophy and education / Claudia Schumann, Rebecca Adami ; Multiculturalism and education / Kathy Hytten ; Postcolonial studies and education / Hannah M. Tavares -- part two. Intersections : Race and education / Barbara Applebaum ; Cosmopolitanism and education / Gonzalo A. Obelleiro ; Education and commemoration / Mario Di Paolantonio ; Transformation and education / Douglas Yacek ; Friendship and education / Amy Shuffelton ; Democracy and education / Sarah M. Stitzlein ; Creativity and education / Ian Munday ; Epistemology and education / Eric Bredo ; Education and scientific research / Jonathan R. Dolle -- part three. Questions : Is there a right to an education? / Anne Newman ; Should families be allowed to choose schools? / Bryan R. Warnick ; What does it mean to be an education professional? / Michael G. Gunzenhauser ; Should schools have dress codes? / Dianne Gereluk ; Should teachers share their political views in the classroom? / Paula McAvoy ; What can go wrong in religious instruction? And what should go right? / Hanan A. Alexander ; What should students learn about sex? / Josh Corngold.
Summary: This book covers the philosophy of education, the branch of philosophy concerned with understanding, criticizing, and justifying educational ideas and practices. It looks at important thinkers and attempts to understand their educational ideas as well as looks at an important concept or idea in the larger social and intellectual world, such as creativity or democracy, and examines how that idea intersects with educational issues.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

part one. Figures and traditions : Plato / Richard Smith ; Jean-Jacques Rousseau / Grace Roosevelt ; Pragmatism and John Dewey / Jim Garrison ; Analytic philosophy of education / Paul smeyers ; Continental philosophy of education / Gert Biesta ; Critical theory / Eduardo Duarte ; Feminist philosophy and education / Claudia Schumann, Rebecca Adami ; Multiculturalism and education / Kathy Hytten ; Postcolonial studies and education / Hannah M. Tavares -- part two. Intersections : Race and education / Barbara Applebaum ; Cosmopolitanism and education / Gonzalo A. Obelleiro ; Education and commemoration / Mario Di Paolantonio ; Transformation and education / Douglas Yacek ; Friendship and education / Amy Shuffelton ; Democracy and education / Sarah M. Stitzlein ; Creativity and education / Ian Munday ; Epistemology and education / Eric Bredo ; Education and scientific research / Jonathan R. Dolle -- part three. Questions : Is there a right to an education? / Anne Newman ; Should families be allowed to choose schools? / Bryan R. Warnick ; What does it mean to be an education professional? / Michael G. Gunzenhauser ; Should schools have dress codes? / Dianne Gereluk ; Should teachers share their political views in the classroom? / Paula McAvoy ; What can go wrong in religious instruction? And what should go right? / Hanan A. Alexander ; What should students learn about sex? / Josh Corngold.

This book covers the philosophy of education, the branch of philosophy concerned with understanding, criticizing, and justifying educational ideas and practices. It looks at important thinkers and attempts to understand their educational ideas as well as looks at an important concept or idea in the larger social and intellectual world, such as creativity or democracy, and examines how that idea intersects with educational issues.

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