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Mini-set K: Philosophy of Education re-issues 34 volumes originally published between 1916 and 1992. The books in this mini-set discuss:
1. A is for Aesthetic Peter Abbs 2. Living Powers Edited by Peter Abbs 3. Knowledge and Character William Archer and The Modern Teacher Edited by A Watson Bain. 4. Happiness Robin Barrow. 5. Moral Philosophy for Education Robin Barrow. 6. Plato and Education Robin Barrow.7. Radical Education Robin Barrow 8. The Rationality of Feeling David Best. 9. Freedom and Choice in Education James Breese. 10. Educating the Virtues David Carr 11. The Philosophy of Primary Education R F Dearden 12. Problems in Primary Education R F Dearden 13. Theory & Practice in Education R F Dearden 14. Dreams and Education J C Hill 15. Educational Theory and Its Foundation Disciplines Edited by Paul H Hirst. 16. The Logic of Education Paul H Hirst and R S Peters 17. Education: Its Nature and Purpose M V C Jeffreys 18. Friedrich Froebel and English Education Edited by Evelyn Lawrence 19. An Essay Towards a Philosophy of Education Charlotte M Mason 20. Educational Theory T W Moore 21. Education, Society and Human Nature Anthony O'Hear 22. Perspectives on Plowden Edited by Richard Peters 23. Education Herbert Phillipson 24. Education and the Spirit of Man Francis E Pollard 25. Education For Peace Herbert Read 26. Questions in Aesthetic Education H B Redfern 27. The Philosophy of Education Harry Schofield 28. The Dark Places of Education Willi Schohaus. Translated by Mary Chadwick 29. Freedom and Discipline Richard Smith 30. Can We Teach Children To Be Good? Roger Straughan 31. Everyday Imagining and Education Margaret B Sutherland 32. A Modern Philosophy of Education Godfrey N Thomson 33. Prologue to Education John N Wales 34.Democracy, Schooling and Political Education Colin Wringe
Routledge Library Editions: Education consists of 244 volumes by some of the greatest educationalists, teaching professionals and policy makers of the twentieth century. The volumes are available in a set; in mini-sets themed by sub-discipline; or individually, in your choice of print or ebook.