The Place of Reason in Education
by Bertram Bandman
Publisher: The Ohio State University Press 1967
Number of pages: 221
Mr. Bandman seeks to demonstrate the relevance of philosophy to education by undertaking a philosophical examination of the crucial question in education 'What should be taught?' His purpose is to determine what, if anything, qualifies as a rational argument in helping us to answer this fundamental question.
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