Philosophy of Education: Essays and Commentaries

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Subject Index
A priori method, 312-313; see also Intuition
Ability grouping, 392
Absolute Idealism, 83-86
Absolute values, 196-198 ff., 309
Abstraction, 395
differential, 261-262
Academic content, emphasis on, 372
Acceleration of pupils, 392
Actions; see also Means and ends
implications of, 362-365
Adult education, 332
Advanced placement, 392
Agreement; see Correspondence theory
Aims of Education . . . (Whitehead), 40
American Association of School Administrators, 402
Analytic philosophy, 55-56 ff., 145-146 ff., 235-236, 333-340; see also Logical Empiricism
Apologeticus (Tertullian), 275
Appearance; see also Reality
Kant and, 81-82
metaphysics and, 58
Platonic Idealism and, 75-78, 88
Apperception, 230, 234
Aristotelian philosophy, 8, 26-28, 95-97, 235
Art as Experience ( Dewey), 38
Arts, study of, 257, 258, 302, 332
and truth, 243
Assumptions; see also Beliefs
and world-views, 24-33
Atomism, 29, 87-88, 89, 102
Attitude, disagreement in, 219 ff.
Authoritarianism, 312, 381 ff.; see also Freedom
Axiology; see also Religion; Values
Pragmatism and, 315-318
Reconstructionism and, 41, 330-331
Becoming; see Being, and becoming
Behavioral sciences, 359; see also Psychology
Behavioral semantics, 347
Being, 292-294; see also Ontology; Reality
and becoming, 84-85, 95-96, 98
Beliefs, 163, 310 ff., 337-338; see also Ideas; Knowledge
disagreement in, 219-223
and implications, 360 ff.
in perceptions, 181
world-views, 24-33; see also Metaphysics
Building a Philosophy of Education (Broudy), 42-43
Categories, 15-17, 69-72 ff.
Catholic Action, 283-284
Catholic philosophy; see also Thomism Plus XI on education, 264-288
Change; see Being, and becoming; Innovation
Children; see also Permissiveness; Schools and choices, 204-205 ff., 258-259
Child-study, 371
Christ, 201, 287
Christianity, 28, 29, 88, 241; see also Thomism
and individualism, 202
philosophia perennis, 239
Pius XI on education, 264-288
Classical Realism, 95-96, 235, 252-263
Coeducation, 278-279
Coherence theory, 143-144
"Common man" approach to social problems, 371; see also Democracy
Commonwealth, education for, 249-251; see also Society
Concepts; see Ideas
Conflict; see also Problem-solving
Rogerian psychology and, 418-419
Conformity, permissiveness and, 387-388, 389
Conscience; see Intuition
Conscious awareness, 128, 156-157, 182, 186; see also Perceptions; Realism
Consequences; see Means and ends
Correspondence theory, 144, 169-170, 188, 189
Craftsmanship, 408 ff.
Critical Realism, 105-106
Critique of Pure Reason ( Kant), 312
Culture; see also Society
experimentalist philosophy and, 327-328
language and, 69-70

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