Reading of Ch 12 - Faith and Duty (Review) - Claims of Philosophy as an Instrument of Education

Episode 28 · April 29th, 2019 · 24 mins 23 secs

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Chapter XII - Faith and Duty (Reviews): Claims of Philosophy as an Instrument of Education

English Educational Thoughts tends towards Naturalism - Madame de Staël upon Locke - Our Educational Efforts lack Definite Aim - We are on the Verge of Chaos - But also in the Throes of an Educational Revolution - Is our System of Education to be the Issue of Naturalism or Idealism? - The Ethical View in Education - No Attempt has been made to Unify Education - Claims of Philosophy as an Educational Agent - A Nation should be Educated for its Proper Functions - M. Fouillée Neglects the Physiological Basis of Education - The Minor Moralities become Matters of Habit - The Idea which Initiates a Habit - Can Spirit act upon Matter - There is no Middle Way Open - The Individuality of Children is Safeguarded - Importance of Salient Ideas - A Scientific Spirit

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