Methods in Philosophy of Education

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Index

a
absolute presuppositions 73-6
abuse 20 , 46 , 49 ;
right not to be sexually abused 40 , 41
aesthetic experience 19
aesthetics 15
Albert, Hans 127
Alcoff, L.M. 8
Allgemeine pädagogik 62
American Human Rights Convention (1969) 70 n8
analytical approach 5 , 9 , 13-27 ;
analytic tradition 13-17 ;
children's rights 20-7 , 44-55 ;
citizenship and education 24-5 ;
implications of rights justification 53-5 ;
justification of rights 48-53 ;
meaning and nature of key concepts 45-8 ;
misconceptions about 15-17 , 45 ;
parents' educational rights 25-6 ;
philosophy of education 17-20 ;
post-war analytical philosophy in Britain 13 , 14-15 ;
to rights and rights talk 21-3
animal rights movement 148 , 149
animals:
children as 151-4
Annis, D.B. 111
Anscombe, Elizabeth 14
anthropocentrism 68
anthropological tradition 151-2
anti-psychiatry movement 148 , 149 , 150
anti-schooling movement 148
antifoundationalistm see constructivist approach 108-22
'APE' 16
Apel, Karl-Otto 75 , 127 , 128-30 , 131 , 134
applied philosophy 18
arbitrariness 66 , 91 , 118 , 121
Archard, D. 75 , 81
Aristotle 126 , 152 , 153 , 158
artifical intelligence 20
assumptions, educational 88
attitudes 22
Audi, R. 110 , 118
Augustine, St 152-3
Austin, John 14 , 16
Australian philosophy of education 16
autochthony 92 , 93 , 94
autonomy 15 , 27 , 52 , 111 ;
and decision making 115 , 116 , 120 ;
liberal views on the right to an education for 77-85 ;
relative, of education 161 , 165 , 167-8 , 169-72 ;
right to develop autonomous judgement 11 , 165 , 168-72
autonomy liberalism 79 , 81 , 83 , 84-5

b
Ballauff, Theodor 58 , 64 , 68
Barthes, Roland 92
Baudrillard, J. 93
Baumert, J. 88
Bayle, Pierre 63 , 126
Beekman, A.J. 136
behaviourism 74
Being and Time (Heidegger) 145
belief :
analytical philosophy 17 , 19 ;
foundations of systems of 111 , 112-13 ;
Socratic approach 125
Belliotti, R.A. 41
Benner, D. 162-3 , 164
Bennington, G. 132 , 137
Bentham, Jeremy 46
Bergman, H. 161
Betti, Emilio 145
Biesta, Gert 10 , 135 , 136 , 164 , 166
Bildung 164 ;
Reason and 57-69 ;
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