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|Description:||1 vol. (XIII-548 p.) ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Philosophy of Education and Philosophy ; AIMS OF EDUCATION ; 1. The Epistemic Aims of Education ; 2. Moral and Political Aspects of Education ; 3. Tagore, Dewey, and the Imminent Demise of Liberal Education ; THINKING, REASONING, TEACHING AND LEARNING ; 4. Thinking, Reasoning, and Education ; 5. Why Fallibility Has Not Mattered and How It Could ; 6. Indoctrination ; 7. Educating for Authenticity: The Paradox of Moral Education Revisited ; 8. The Development of Rationality ; 9. Philosophy and Developmental Psychology: Getting Beyond the Deficit Conception of Childhood ; 10. Socratic Teaching and Socratic Method ; 11. Educating the Practical Imagination: A Prolegomena ; MORAL, VALUE, AND CHARACTER EDUCATION ; 12. Caring, Empathy, and Moral Education ; 13. Kantian Moral Maturity and the Cultivation of Character ; 14. The Persistence of Moral Skepticism and the Limits of Moral Education ; 15. Values Education ; KNOWLEDGE, CURRICULUM, AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ; 16. Curriculum and the Value of Knowledge ; 17. Education, Democracy, and Capitalism ; 18. Art and Education ; 19. Science Education, Religious Toleration, and Liberal Neutrality Toward the Good ; 20. Constructivisms, Scientific Methods and Reflective Judgment in Science Education ; 21. Empirical Educational Research: Charting Philosophical Disagreements in an Undisciplined Field ; SOCIAL/POLITICAL ISSUES ; 22. Educating for Individual Freedom and Democratic Citizenship: In Unity and Diversity There Is Strength ; 23. Mapping Multicultural Education ; 24. Prejudice ; 25. Educational Authority and the Interests of Children ; APPROACHES TO PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION AND PHILOSOPHY ; 26. Pragmatist Philosophy of Education ; 27. Feminist Philosophy and Education ; 28. Postmodernism and Education|
|Series Title:||Oxford handbook.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Harvey Siegel.|
"[T]he collection has notable strengths. The essays cover a wide range of interesting topics from a variety of philosophical perspectives. They are uniformly well-written and accessible to readers