John Dewey

Democracy and Education: an introduction to the philosophy of education

530 printed pages



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    Gulshan Jabihas quoted6 years ago
    We have been speaking of life in its lowest terms—as a physical thing. But we use the word "Life" to denote the whole range of experience, individual and racial
    Aisling O Dwyerhas quoted6 years ago
    or it assumed that the aim of education is to enable individuals to continue their education—or that the object and reward of learning is continued capacity for growth
    Aisling O Dwyerhas quoted6 years ago
    of growth, having as its aim at every stage an added capacity of growth

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