Contributing to early debates on nature versus nurture, schools and the social environment, town planning and a free comprehensive education, the author discusses key educational issues against the background of a distintegrating Europe in the midst of war.
1. Philosophy and Social Practice. 2. The School and the Social Environment. 3. The Nature of Environment. 4. The Nature of the Individual. 5. Philosophy and Fascism. 6. A New Conception of Education. 7. Purpose in Education. 8. The Problem of Discipline. 9. Towards the Future. Conclusion. Appendix 1. Appendix. 2.
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