International Library of the Philosophy of Education reprints twenty-four distinguished texts published in this field over the last half-century and includes works by authors such as Reginald D. Archambault, Charles Bailey, Robin Barrow, Norman J. Bull, D. E. Cooper, R. F. Dearden, Kieran Egan, D. W. Hamlyn, Paul H. Hirst, Glenn Langford, D. J. O'Connor, T. W. Moore, D. A. Nyberg, R. W. K. Paterson, R. S. Peters, Kenneth A Strike, I. A. Snook, John and Patricia White, and John Wilson. Themes discussed include: Liberal education, moral education, the aims of education, the education of teachers, adult & continuing education and the philosophical analysis of education.
1. Philosophical Analysis and Education Reginald Archambault 2. Beyond the Present and the Particular Charles Bailey 3. Plato, Utilitarianism and Education Robin Barrow 4. Moral Education Norman J. Bull 5. Moral Judgement from Childhood to Adolescence Norman J. Bull 6. Education, Values and Mind D. E. Cooper 7. Illusions of Equality D. E Cooper 8. Education and the Development of Reason R. F. Dearden, Paul H. Hirst and R. S. Peters 9. Educational Judgements James F. Doyle 10. Philosophers as Educational Reformers Peter Gordon and John White 11. Experience and the Growth of Understanding D. W. Hamlyn 12. Knowledge and the Curriculum Paul H. Hirst 13. New Essays in the Philosophy of Education Glenn Langford and D. J. O'Connor 14. Philosophy of Education: An Introduction T. W. Moore 15. The Philosophy of Open Education D. A. Nyberg 16. Values, Education and the Adult R. W. K. Paterson 17. The Concept of Education R. S. Peters 18. John Dewey Reconsidered R. S .Peters 19. Education and the Education of Teachers R. S. Peters 20. Concepts of Indoctrination I. A. Snook 21. Ethics and Educational Policy K. A. Strike and Kieran Egan 22. The Aims of Education Restated John White 23. Beyond Domination Patricia White 24. Preface to the Philosophy of Education John Wilson
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