Philosophy of Education: Essays and Commentaries

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Suggestions for Further Reading

PART I: THE NATURE OF EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
A survey of these suggestions for further reading will provide some indication of the journals which carry articles in the field of educational philosophy. There are two publications, however, which are devoted exclusively to this field. They are: Educational Theory (published by the College of Education of the University of Illinois, The John Dewey Society, and The Philosophy of Education Society; Archibald W. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, College of Education, University of Illinois) and Studies in Philosophy and Education (published by Studies in Philosophy and Education, Inc., College of Education, University of Toledo; Francis T. Villemain , Executive Editor).
Basic Texts
BRAMELD THEODORE. "Philosophy: Its Import and Its Functions," Philosophies of Education in Cultural Perspective. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., 1955. Pp. 19-44.
BROUDY HARRY S. "Defiintion of Education and Philosophy of Education," Building a Philosophy of Education. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1954. Pp. 3-28.
BRUBACHER JOHN S. "The Role of Educational Philosophy," Modern Philosophies of Education ( 2d ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1950. Pp. 1-21.
BUTLER J. DONALD. "Philosophy and Education," Four Philosophies and Their Practice in Education and Religion (rev. ed.). New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957. Pp. 11-14.
MORRIS VAN CLEVE. Philosophy and the American School. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1961. Pp. 3-23.
NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION. "The Challenge to Philosophize About Education," Modern Philosophies and Education, ed. NELSON B. HENRY. (54th Yearbook of the NSSE, Part I.) Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1955. Pp. 4-16.
NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION. "Scope of Educational Philosophy," Philosophies of Education, ed. NELSON B. HENRY. (41st Yearbook of the NSSE, Part I.) Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1942. Pp. 292-297.

Books and Articles
BRAUNER CHARLES J. Education as a Subject of Study. (U.S. Office of Education Project 245- 7140, School of Education, Stanford University). Washington, D.C.: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1959.
BROUDY HARRY S. "How Philosophical Can Philosophy of Education Be?" Journal of Philosophy, LII ( October, 1955), 612-622.
HOOK SIDNEY. "Modern Education and Its Critics," AACTE Seventh Yearbook ( 1954). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, 1954, 1-22.

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