Philosophy of Education: The Key Concepts

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - Education - 296 pages
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This book offers a clear and lively survey into the key terms and concepts of philosophy which are of interest and relevance today.

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About the author (2002)

Frieda Heyting is Professor of Philosophy and History of Education at the University of Amsterdam. She has written mainly on epistemological issues and socio-philosophical issues within the philosophy of education. She is currently working on interpretations of dependency and participation in educational theory and philosophy.

Christopher Winch is Reader in Educational Policy and Management at King's College, London. He has taught in primary schools in England, has written numerous books and articles in many areas of the philosophy of education and has interests in the theory of learning, in language and education, and in vocational education.

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