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Philosophical Documents in Education, 3/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
|Socrates and Plato|
|Time Line for Socrates|
|Time Line for Plato|
|Note From Plato'sApology(ca. 399 BC)|
|From Plato'sThe Republic(ca. 366 BC)|
|Time Line for Aristotle|
|Time Line for His Writings|
|Notes FromNichomachean Ethics(ca. 330 BC)|
|Time Line for|
|FromConcerning the Teacher(ca. 389)|
|Internal Light, Internal Truth|
|Words Do Not Always Have the Power Even to Reveal the Mind of the Speaker|
|Christ Teaches within the Mind|
|Manrsquo;s Words are External and Serve Only to Give Reminders|
|Time Line for Erasmus|
|FromThe Praise of Folly(1509)|
|Letter from Erasmus to Ulrich von Hutten (1516)|
|From ldquo;On the Right Method of Instructionrdquo; (1518)|
|Thought and Expression Form the Two-Fold Material of Instruction|
|Expression Claims the First Place in Point of Time|
|Both the Greek and Latin|
|Languages Needful to the Educated Man|
|The Right Method of Acquiring Grammar Rests upon Reading and Not upon|
|Definitions and Rules|
|Time Line for Locke|
|FromSome Thoughts Concerning Education(1693)|
|Time Line for Rousseau|
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