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Seeking after an Instructive Reasoning Rationality of Training Vital Inquiries: What can be known? What is the great life? What is the way of the learner? What is the way of the topic? What is the way of the learning handle The estimation of rationality
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Seeking after an Educational Philosophy

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Philosophy of Education Essential Questions: What can be known? What is the great life? What is the learner\'s way? What is the subject\'s way matter? What is the realizing\'s way handle

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The estimation of theory Brings new translation and amalgamations and in addition examining, refining, changing existing ideas and methodology Acts as a clearinghouse for breaking down and illuminating thoughts and issues Offers a wellspring of moral direction Induces propensities for psyche like resistance, unbiased attitude, and suspension of judgment

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Philosophy Love of shrewdness , the mission for information Philosophers frequently worried with so much things as force, incitement, identity offering thoughts to individuals made up for lost time in the hurricanes of social emergency, ideological contentions Philosophers of instruction worried with inquiries of schools and society

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185 1 My way to deal with life is… Live throughout today, tomorrow we bite the dust. Go after the stars. Expect little and you won’t be frustrated. It doesn’t matter what you accept the length of you’re true.

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Metaphysics Greek word – “what is the way of reality?” What is genuine – “real nature” or “ideas?” Is reality total and constant? Is reality always showing signs of change and developing? Some of our understandings are from the earlier Some of our understandings are a posteriori

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I trust that the world (reality) is… Changeless, endless, and supreme Evolving, rapid and insecure

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Branches of Philosophy Metaphysics…what is the way of reality For Schools: What merits Knowing? Epistemology…what can be known and what is the way of what is known For Schools: What is Learning? What is great instructing? Axiology…ethics and feel: the great, the genuine and the excellent For Schools: What is the school\'s part in the public arena? Logic…principles of right thinking: incitement and finding For Schools: What is great considering? Politics…what is just? What is the part of school in the public eye?

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Socrates, Plato, Aristotle Socrates (470-399B.C.E.) logic was a lifestyle to Socrates Socratic dialog, argument technique for inquiries and answers…what makes people sin is the absence of learning Plato (427-347B.C.E.) author of the Academy The Republic blueprints an arrangement for a flawless society ruled by the scholar lord, information predictable with moderation and justice…for ladies and men Aristotle (384-322B.C.E.) established the Lyceum, the first individual to characterize information by isolating and subdividing, created syllogistic, deductive rationale

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Idealism Roots in antiquated Greece…. Reality lies in the mind…. Deductive Reasoning…our energy to reason unmistakably from general standards.

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The inverse of Idealism is… Nihilism – the supreme conviction that no significance or beliefs or comprehension can be found by individuals. Note: Teenagers frequently ‘flirt’ with mixed bags of skepticism.

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Plato From content, The Republic. Plato relates the showing and dialogs of Socrates. Socratic Dialog. “The Allegory of the Cave.”

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Realism Reality can be found on the planet accessible to the faculties. A sensible, methodical working. Observation Roots in Aristotle …the ‘forms.’ Enlightenment Values Empiricism– Francis Bacon Tabula Rasa– John Locke

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Aristotle Focuses philosophical consideration on the ‘real world.’ Perception…the faculties. Classifications Logical Propositions.

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185 112 All fish can swim. This is a fish. Therefore…. This is a Platonic argument This is Socratic scrutinizing This is Aristotelian rationale (a syllogism) This is transcendentalism

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Existentialism What is it like to be an individual living on the planet? What we have is existence…nothing else. Life described by ridiculousness and approach of death. Enthusiastic experience with the issues of life and the unavoidability of death Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre, Camus, Buber, Simone de Beauvoir Important choices with restricted learning

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For me, life is …. A trial to be persevered through A grand blessing from the inventor Survival of the fittest Without any specific importance

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Educational Philosophies Perennialism…there are outright truths and standards…related to optimism, encounters are a mental representation instead of a world\'s representation, established humanism alludes to the Greek savants committed to finding reason and truth for mankind Essentialism…preserve the fundamental components of human culture and transmit them to the youthful

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Philosophies of Education Perennialism…stresses scholarly achievement and the quest for truth Idealism…all material things are logical Realism…propositions are genuine just on the off chance that they compare with known certainties Pragmatism…search for things that work Reconstructionism…seeks to recreate society through training

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Philosophies of Education Existentialism…importance of the individual, subjectivity, internal nature Postmodernism…de-focuses the subject

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Postmodernism Roots in 1950s universe of workmanship Themes including truth, dialect and its connection to thought, human instinct and the self, the Other “What sort of force is installed in instructive issues, issues, and traditions?” Michel Foucault, Cleo Cherryholmes

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“This then is the immense humanistic and chronicled undertaking of the abused: to free themselves and their oppressors as well….True liberality lies in endeavoring so that these hands whether of people or of entire peoples– need be developed less and less in supplication so that more they get to be human hands which work, and working, change the world.” Paulo Freire: Pedagogy of the Oppressed ( 1970)

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Indian Philosophy Karma…what a man does impacts what will happen to that individual later on Study, contemplation, yoga can lead one to rise above considerations and enduring Buddha…Siddhartha Gautama (6 th century B.C.E.)…all enduring depends on a failure to observe what is genuine and what is imaginary Gandhi (1869-1948) peacefulness toward living things Satyagraha…holding quick to reality

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Far Eastern Philosophy 21 st century innovation, worldwide business, and populace demographics request that we know something of Eastern rationality Confucianism…concerned with morals and profound quality (establishment of Chinese progress) five key connections: ruler and subject, father and child, spouse and wife, senior sibling and more youthful sibling, companion and companion Confucius (Kung Fu-tzu, 551-479B.C.E.)those most fit, ought to govern…moral and moral men make the best rulers, guideline of li… politeness and service Confucianism…a dialect of ethics and laws Taoism…oneness with nature, nonintervention

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Michel Foucault “Power is not an organization, and not a structure; nor is it a sure quality we are invested with; the name one credits to a complex strategical circumstance in a specific society.”   “The work of a scholarly is not to shape the political will of others; it is, through the examinations that he does in his own particular field, to rethink proof and presumptions, to shake up periodic methods for working and considering, to disse

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