Kaminsky provides a new intellectual history of educational philosophy in the context of a comparative review of educational philosophy in the United States, Britain, and Australasia. Throughout his work he challenges those involved with educational philosophy to take a different view of the discipline and its intellectual mission. Kaminsky argues that the intellectual mission of education is different from that of philosophy. Professional educators, he believes, make up the legitimate audience of educational philosophy.
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