By George Allan, Malcolm D. Evans
This booklet of twelve essays applies the holistic theories of method philosophy to the academic demanding situations that lecturers face in today’s complexly altering international. subject matters diversity from employees improvement to spirituality, exploring problems with pupil and instructor motivation, developmental phases of studying, innovative pondering and writing, nourishing relationships, ethical and environmental schooling, and the advance of hospitable studying environments. Philosophy of schooling (PHED) welcomes lower than its interdisciplinary and cosmopolitan umbrella books on modern, recurrent, conventional, and non-traditional subject matters within the philosophy of schooling.
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What we hope for may be more important than who we are. As Whitehead puts it, “Such conformation of purpose to ideals beyond personal limitations is the conception of that Peace with which the wise man can face his fate, master of his soul” (1933, p. 291). Students should become actively involved in issues where something of genuine worth is at stake. These should be situations where everything important is disputable, not only the question of how best to attain some worthwhile goal but also what that goal itself should be.
Human beings are primarily emotional and not primarily conscious, or ideational, or knowledgeable, or perceptive. Emotion is fundamental in human experience because this is what all people share with other animal natures and, in the form of energy, ultimately with all actual existences. (1980, pp. 55–56) 5. All Individuals are Constituted by Their Internal Relations Pertinent to the idea of process perspective are Whitehead’s concerns with internal and external relations. He wrote, “We diverge from Descartes by holding that what he described as primary attributes of physical bodies are really the forms of internal relationships between actual occasions and within actual occasions” (1929b, p.
Lowe, Victor. (1966) Understanding Whitehead. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press. , ed. (1981) A Key to Whitehead’s Process and Reality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press Wallack, F. Bradford. (1980) The Epochal Nature of Process in Whitehead’s Metaphysics. Albany: State University of New York Press. Whitehead, Alfred North. (1929a) The Aims of Education and Other Essays. New York: Free Press, 1967. ———. (1929b) Process and Reality. Corrected ed. Ed. David Ray Griffin and Donald W. Sherburne. New York: Free Press, 1978.
A Different Three Rs for Education: Reason, Relationality, Rhythm (Value Inquiry Book Series 176) by George Allan, Malcolm D. Evans