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Philosophical Documents in Education

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780801333163

ISBN10:
0801333164
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

Philosophical Documents in Education, 2/e, masterfully argues that students can better understand and practice their profession by reading, contemplating, and discussing the great philosophic tradition in education. An edited anthology of 18 primary source materials in educational philosophy, this text provides a wide range of both historical and contemporary viewpoints.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xvii
Introduction 1(2)
Socrates and Plato
3(12)
Time Line for Socrates
3(1)
Time Line for Plato
3(1)
Introduction
4(3)
Note
6(1)
From Plato's Apology (ca. 399 BC)
7(2)
From Plato's The Republic (ca. 366 BC)
9(6)
Book VI
9(2)
Book VII
11(2)
Questions
13(2)
Aristotle
15(14)
Time Line for Aristotle
15(1)
Time Line of His Writings
16(1)
Introduction
16(3)
Notes
18(1)
From Nicomachean Ethics (ca. 330 BC)
19(7)
Book I
19(2)
Book II
21(2)
Book X
23(3)
Questions
26(3)
St. Augustine
29(10)
Time Line for St. Augustine
29(1)
Introduction
29(3)
From Confessions (ca. 400)
32(2)
Book I
32(1)
Book III
32(2)
From Concerning the Teacher (ca. 389)
34(4)
Internal Light, Internal Truth
34(2)
Words Do Not Always Have the Power Even to Reveal the Mind of the Speaker
36(1)
Christ Teaches within the Mind. Man's Words Are External, and Serve Only to Give Reminders
37(1)
Questions
38(1)
Erasmus
39(12)
Time Line for Erasmus
39(1)
Introduction
40(3)
Notes
42(1)
From The Praise of Folly (1509)
43(2)
Letter from Erasmus to Ulrich von Hutten (1516)
45(2)
From ``On the Right Method of Instruction'' (1518)
47(1)
Thought and Expression Form the Two-Fold Material of Instruction
47(1)
Expression Claims the First Place in Point of Time. Both the Greek and Latin Languages Needful to the Educated Man
47(1)
The Right Method of Acquiring Grammar Rests upon Reading and Not upon Definitions and Rules
48(1)
Questions
48(3)
John Locke
51(10)
Time Line for Locke
51(1)
Introduction
52(3)
Notes
54(1)
From Some Thoughts Concerning Education (1693)
55(3)
Questions
58(3)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
61(12)
Time Line for Rousseau
61(1)
Introduction
62(3)
From Emile (1762)
65(6)
Questions
71(2)
William James
73(14)
Time Line for James
73(1)
Introduction
74(2)
From Talks to Teachers (1899)
76(5)
``On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings''
76(5)
From Pragmatism (1906)
81(4)
``What Pragmatism Means''
81(4)
Questions
85(2)
John Dewey
87(30)
Time Line for Dewey
87(1)
Introduction
88(4)
Notes
92(1)
``My Pedagogic Creed'' (1897)
92(8)
What Education Is
92(2)
What the School Is
94(2)
The Subject-Matter of Education
96(1)
The Nature of Method
97(2)
The School and Social Progress
99(1)
From Democracy and Education (1916)
100(5)
From Experience and Education (1938)
105(10)
Questions
115(2)
George S. Counts
117(6)
Time Line for Counts
117(1)
Introduction
118(2)
From Dare the School Build a New Social Order? (1932)
120(2)
Questions
122(1)
Maxine Greene
123(20)
Time Line for Greene
123(1)
Introduction
124(2)
Notes
126(1)
From The Dialectic of Freedom (1988)
126(15)
Questions
141(2)
Jane Roland Martin
143(28)
Time Line for Martin
143(1)
Introduction
144(2)
Note
146(1)
From Reclaiming a Conversation: The Ideal of the Educated Woman (1985)
146(23)
Redefining the Educational Realm
152(6)
Educating Our Sons
158(6)
Toward a Gender-Sensitive Ideal
164(5)
Questions
169(2)
Cornel West
171(14)
Time Line for West
171(1)
Introduction
172(3)
Notes
175(1)
From Prophetic Thought in Postmodern Times (1993)
175(9)
The Value of the Age of Europe
176(1)
The End of the Age of Europe and the Rise of the United States
177(2)
The Decolonization of the Third World
179(1)
Economic & Social Decline
180(1)
The Ravages of the Culture of Consumption
181(3)
Questions
184(1)
Paulo Freire
185(18)
Time Line for Freire
185(1)
Introduction
186(2)
Notes
188(1)
From Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1972)
188(10)
From Letters to Cristina (1996)
198(4)
Second Letter
198(4)
Questions
202(1)
Matthew Lipman
203(24)
Time Line for Lipman
203(1)
Introduction
204(3)
Notes
207(1)
``Do Elementary School Children Need Philosophy?'' (1994)
207(5)
From Philosophy Goes to School (1988)
212(9)
Did Plato Condemn Philosophy for the Young?
212(4)
Philosophical Inquiry as the Model of Education
216(2)
What Is It to Be Fully Educated?
218(1)
Converting Classrooms into Communities of Inquiry
219(2)
From Philosophy in the Classroom (1977)
221(4)
Guiding a Classroom Discussion
221(1)
The Role of Ideas in a Philosophical Dialogue
222(3)
Questions
225(2)
Gareth Matthews
227(16)
Time Line for Matthews
227(1)
Introduction
227(3)
From The Philosophy of Childhood (1994)
230(6)
A Philosopher's View of Childhood
230(6)
From Philosophy and the Young Child (1980)
236(5)
Puzzlement
236(5)
Review of Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad Together (1985)
241(1)
Questions
242(1)
Nel Noddings
243(16)
Time Line for Noddings
243(1)
Introduction
244(3)
Notes
247(1)
From The Challenge to Care in Schools: An Alternative Approach to Education (1992)
247(10)
The Debate in Ethics
252(5)
Questions
257(2)
Kieran Egan
259(18)
Time Line for Egan
259(1)
Introduction
260(3)
Notes
263(1)
From Teaching as Story Telling (1986)
263(12)
Introduction
263(2)
Story Rhythm
265(2)
Binary Opposites
267(2)
Affective Meaning
269(1)
Metaphors, Analogs, and Objectives
270(4)
Conclusion
274(1)
Questions
275(2)
Richard Rorty
277(10)
Time Line for Rorty
277(1)
Introduction
278(3)
Note
280(1)
From Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth (1991)
281(5)
Postmodernist Bourgeois Liberalism
281(5)
Questions
286(1)
Name Index 287(6)
Subject Index 293


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