Philosophy of Education: Essays and Commentaries

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Name Index
"A," 178
Adler, Mortimer, J., 259
Albrecht, Frank, 14
Alcotts, the, 240
Ananimenes, 110
Anaxagoras, 98-99
Anaximander, 106, 110
Antonio, Silvio, Cardinal, 275, 278, 279
Antz, Louise, 237-252
Aquinas; see Thomas Aquinas, St.
Aristotle, 8, 26 ff., 95-97, 235
Augustine, St., 97, 264, 285, 287
Austin, J. L., 152, 153
Axtelle, George, 50
Ayer, Alfred J., 145-164, 175
Bacon, Francis, 8, 88, 101, 305, 390
Bar-Hillel, Yehoshua, 362
Barnard, Henry, 234
Barth, Karl, 289, 290
Basil, St., 283
Bell, Andrew, 227-228, 232-233
Berdyaev, Nikolai, 289, 290
Berkeley, George, 79-81, 156, 200, 239, 240
Bosanquet, Bernard, 242
Brameld, Theodore, 34 ff., 40-42, 53, 323-332
Bridgman, Percy, 9
Brightman, Edgar, 99, 100, 101
Broudy, Harry S., 34 ff., 42-45, 252-263, 408
Brubacher, John S., 421
Buber, Martin, 241, 289, 290, 300-301
Buchler, Justus, 312
Burnett, Joe R., 354
Burns, Hobert W., 407-415
Butler, J. Donald, 62, 85, 196-207, 240, 249
Calkins, Mary, 99, 100, 101
Camus, Albert, 288, 290, 292
Cantor, Nathaniel, 384
Carnap, R., 337, 343
Carroll, Lewis, 69
Chalmers, Gordon Keith, 325-326
Charles Borromeo, St., 275, 279
Childs, John L., 306
Combs, A. W., 416, 418
Comenius, Johann Amos, 228-229
Comte, Auguste, 30, 305, 342
Conant, James B., 393
Copleston, F. C., 167
Cunningham, Earl, 24-33
Darwin, Charles, 417
DaVinci, Leonardo, 78
Demiashkevich, Michael, 240, 249, 251
Democritus, 87, 88
Dennes, William R., 345-346
Descartes, Rene, 37, 98-99, 239, 420
Dettering, Richard W., 340-348, 415-424
Dewey, John, 29, 32, 64, 80, 107, 129 ff., 231-232, 242, 325, 361, 382 ff.
articles by, 21-24, 174-191, 208-218
Broudy on, 253
Dettering on, 348, 416-420 ff.
Neff on, 307 ff., 313-319
Newsome on, 50-51
Virtue on, 34 ff., 36-38Dostoevski, Fyodor, 288
Ducasse, Curt J., 109 ff., 113-125
Einstein, Albert, 9, 180
Ellis, Frederick E., 54
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 240
Engels, Friedrich, 90, 102
Evans, J. L., 344
Feibleman, James, 131
Feigl, Herbert, 109
Fenichel, Otto, 388
Flewelling, Ralph, 99, 101
Freud, Sigmund, 382
Froebel, Friedrich, 230-231, 234, 421-422
Fuller, B. A. G., 87433

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