Never before published, this book features George Herbert Mead's illuminating lectures on the Philosophy of Education at the University of Chicago during the early 20th century. These lectures provide unique insight into Mead's educational thought and reveal how his early psychological writings on the social character of meaning and the social origin of reflective consciousness was central in the development of what Mead referred to as his social conception of education. The introduction to the book provides an overview of Mead's educational thought and places it against the wider social, intellectual, and historical background of modern educational concepts.
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Introduction; LecturesLecture 1Lecture 2Lecture 3Lecture 4Lecture 5Lecture 6Lecture 7Lecture 8Lecture 9Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Lecture 19Lecture 20Lecture 21Lecture 22Lecture 23Lecture 24Lecture 25Lecture 26Lecture 27Lecture 28Lecture 29Lecture 30Lecture 31Lecture 32Lecture 33Lecture 34Lecture 35Lecture 36Lecture 37Lecture 38