The Logic of Education, Volume 16
Paul Heywood Hirst, R. S. Peters
Routledge, 2011 - Education - 147 pages
This book explores the implications for the curriculum, for teaching and for the authority structure of schools and colleges of an analysis of 'education' in which the development of knowledge and understanding is accorded a central position. The book explains what philosophy of education is, and by concentrating on its central concepts, initiates readers into exploring it for themselves. It also serves as a succinct introduction to the growing literature on philosophy of education in the UK.