The RoutledgeFalmer Reader in Philosophy of Education
This Reader brings together a wide range of material to present an international perspective on topical issues in philosophy of education today. Focusing on the enduring trends in this field, this lively and informative Reader provides broad coverage of the field and includes crucial topics.
With an emphasis on contemporary pieces that deal with issues relevant to the immediate real world, this book represents the research and views of some of the most respected authors in the field today. Wilfred Carr also provides a specially written introduction which provides a much-needed context to the role of philosophy in the current educational climate.
Students of philosophy and philosophy of education will find this Reader an important route map to further reading and understanding.
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possibilities tensions and tasks
Feminism epistemology and education
Human flourishing and habitable epistemic communities
Autonomy as an educational
Selfdetermination as an educational
the fundamental educational aim
Coming together in the name of something to pursue
Aesthetic experience and personal integration
Education as a moral practice
Preserving teaching as a moral practice
Education the market and the nature of personal wellbeing
Liberal values and liberal education
Challenges to liberal education
Moral language and pedagogical experience
Caring for the faceless
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