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Problems in philosophy of education : a systematic approach

Author: James Scott Johnston
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.
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Problems in Philosophy of Education canvasses several of the leading issues in philosophy of education. These include the disconnect between the disciplines of philosophy and philosophy of education, the strained relationship between educational practice and philosophy of education, the role of educational research in philosophy of education, and the lack of an independent scholarship for philosophy of education.  Read more...
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JOHNSTON, JAMES SCOTT.
PROBLEMS IN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION.
[Place of publication not identified], BLOOMSBURY, 2019
(OCoLC)1041892689
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Scott Johnston
ISBN: 9781350076662 135007666X
OCLC Number: 1082863904
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume)
Contents: Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part One Philosophy of Education in North America: History,Diagnosis, and Prognosis; 1 Educational Theories; Philosophic Models; 2 Present Circumstances of Philosophy of Education; 3 Conclusion: The Two Constants in Philosophy of Education; Part Two Theory and Research in Scholarship; 4 Between Philosophy and Education; 5 Philosophy or Theory of Education; 6 Philosophy and Educational Research; Part Three Practice; 7 Teaching and Learning; 8 The Questions of Curriculum; 9 The Questions of Schools as Social Institutions Part Four Toward a New Program10 Question 1; 11 Question 2; 12 Question 3; 13 Wither the Concept?; Appendix: Philosophical Presuppositions; References; Index
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Problems in Philosophy of Education canvasses several of the leading issues in philosophy of education. These include the disconnect between the disciplines of philosophy and philosophy of education, the strained relationship between educational practice and philosophy of education, the role of educational research in philosophy of education, and the lack of an independent scholarship for philosophy of education. James Scott Johnson argues for a philosophy of education separate and distinct from both the disciplines of philosophy and education and claims that philosophy of education should raise and address its own questions and concerns. Supporting this is a model of how philosophy of education should originate basic questions, together with a set of philosophic presuppositions regarding the model's logic, ethics, politics, and relationship to science and social science.

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