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Education for the emerging age; newer ends and stronger means

Author: Theodore Brameld
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1965]
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Brameld, Theodore, 1904-1987.
Education for the emerging age.
New York, Harper & Row [1965]
(OCoLC)579370553
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore Brameld
OCLC Number: 1717298
Description: xii, 244 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: I. Philosophic foundations of education: toward reconstruction : 1. Philosophies of education in an age of crisis --
2. Education for the emerging age --
3. Education as the new reaction --
4. Education in the conservative mood --
5. Anti-intellectualism in education --
6. Philosophy, science, and education --
a corporate enterprise --
7. Philosophy of education as philosophy of politics --
8. Education for what? --
II. Anthropology, philosophy, and education: a needed partnership : 9. Culture and education --
10. Toward an anthropological philosophy of education --
11. The human roots of world order --12. Human relations in education --
a conceptual framework --
III. Controversial issues in education : 13. The bugaboo of federal control --
14. Shall the schools indoctrinate --
15. Public schools and religious education --
IV. Education for cultural renascence : 16. Atomic energy --
the supreme challenge to education --
17. Design for a curriculum --
18. The coming breakthrough in teacher education --
19. Educational philosophy and teacher preparation --
20. The educational philosopher as "liason officer" --
21. The ethics of leadership --
22. Toward a democratic faith.
Responsibility: [by] Theodore Brameld. With a foreword by Robert Ulich and new postscripts by the author.

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