Daily Archives: May 16, 2017
The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Education serves as a general introduction to key issues in the field, furthers the philosophical pursuit of those issues, and hopes to bring philosophy of education back into closer contact with general philosophy. Reflecting on the impending loss of disciplinary knowledge in philosophy of education, consider the implications for intergenerational learning, the future of the discipline, the life and death of theories, new interdisciplinarities in our work and our students’ work.
Rousseau considered world as an artificial, autocratic, egotistic and arrogant place and Rousseau believed that education should be given according to the natural interest of the child aiming at a holistic development of the personality Nature is the best teacher and means of education according to Rousseau (Singh, 2007).
Unusually for his time, Montaigne was willing to question the conventional wisdom of the period, calling into question the whole edifice of the educational …Read More