paideia3.gif (8894 bytes)

Philosophy of Education

The papers indexed below were given at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, in Boston, Massachusetts from August 10-15, 1998. Additional papers may be added to this section as electronic versions are aquired and formatted for the archive. These papers will be listed for a period of time at the What's New? page.

Regarding browser support: The papers published in The Paideia Archive are optimized for browsers that support Cascading Style Sheet technology. This includes Netscape Navigator 4.0 and higher and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x and higher. Certain fonts, including SGreek Fixed (for Greek characters), Times New Roman Cyrillic (for Russian characters), Symbol (for logical and mathematical notations), etc., may not appear properly if you do not have the appropriate browser. If you experience technical difficulty reading papers in The Paideia Archive, please contact the project's webmaster and provide details of the difficulty.

Search.gif (1325 bytes)
In addition to browsing the numerous subject indexes, you may also enter a name or subject keyword in the space below and hit the search button.


Philosophy of Education
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
G. John M. Abbarno D'Youville College Corporate Sponsored Education: The Limits Of Social Responsibility
Eduardo Abranches de Soveral Universidade do Porto, Portugal Principles for a Pedagogy in the Technological Era
Joseph Agassi Tel-Aviv University and York University, Toronto For Public Responsibility for Spaceship Earth
Sharon Bailin Simon Fraser University Skills, Generalizability and Critical Thinking
Agustin Basave Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico Integral Philosophy of Education: A New "Paideia"
Luciana Bellatalla Pisa University Philosophy and Education: From Elitism to Democracy
Aurora Bernal Concepción Naval Universidad de Navarra, Spain La Noción de Educación del Carácter o Moral Según Aristóteles y Rousseau
Karlheinz Biller University at Kiel "Paideia": An Integrative Concept as a Contribution to the Education of Humanity
Thomas O. Buford Furman University Personalism and Education: A Philosophical Retrospect/Prospect
Santos Carrasco American Logos Foundation Are There Philosophical Reasons To Promote Gifted Education In The Context Of A Democratic And Egalitarian Society?
Betül Çotuksöken L'Université d'Istanbul Le Discours Philosophique et Son Role Educatif
Adalberto Dias de Carvalho Universidade do Porto, Universidade Portucalense, Porto, Portugal Education et Violence
Brian K. Etter Kettering University The Education of the Soul: The Platonist Tradition and the Ordering of Knowledge
Silvia Ruffo Fiore University of South Florida Giambattista Vico and the Pedagogy of 'Heroic Mind' in the Liberal Arts
Stephen L. Gardner Assumption College Why the Humanities?
Lic. Mirta A. Giacaglia Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos - Argentina Rethinking Education
Marshall Gordon   Toward a Complete Axiology of Classroom Practice
Paul D. Grosch The University College of St. Mark and St. John Paideia : Philosophy Educating Humanity through Spirituality
Nair Teresa Guiber Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Una Idea Que Hoy Ha Sido Derrotada Mañana Puede Alzarse Con La Victoria
Walter B. Gulick Montana State University-Billings Philosophy as a Contributor to Well-Being
Kathleen Haney University of Houston-Downtown The Liberal Arts and the End of Education
William Hare Mount St. Vincent University Bertrand Russell on Critical Thinking
Padraig Hogan National University of Ireland — Maynooth Paideia, Prejudice and the Promise of the Practical
Víctor R. Huaquín Mora Universidad De Santiago De Chile Etica y Educacion Integral
Chen Huazhong Nanking, China Confucius Educating Humanity
José A. Ibáñez-Martín Universidad Complutense de Madrid Educar para una Ciudadanía Solidaria
Donald Jenner CUNY A Definition of University Teaching: A Perhaps-Swiftean Modest Proposal
Morimichi Kato Tohoku University Greek Paideia and its Contemporary Significance
Raymond Kolcaba Cuyahoga Community College Toward an Ethics for Being Educated
Arthur A. Krentz Luther College, University of Regina Play and Education in Plato's Republic
Nata B. Krylova Russian Academy for Education, Moscow Values Of Russian Education, What Is Changing and How: Answers to some Philosophical Questions
A. Kuszhanova and S. Ivanenkov   Philosophic-Methodological and Social-Cultural Factors in the Problem of Youth's Education and Socialization
Walter Lammi   The Conflict of Paideias in Gadamer's Thought
Delores D. Liston Georgia Southern University Quantum Metaphors and the Study of the Mind-Brain
Yasushi Maruyama Florida State University Wittgenstein's Children: Some Implications for Teaching and Otherness
Robert B. Mellert Brookdale Community College Searching for the Foundations of Whitehead's Philosophy of Education
Francisco Naishtat y Proyecto Instituto de Invesgaciones Germani de la UBA, Argentina Autonomia Academica y Pertinencia Social de la Universidad Publica: Una Mirada desde la Filosofia Politica
Carol J. Nicholson Rider University Three Views of Philosophy and Multiculturalism: Searle, Rorty, and Taylor
Randall Olson Placer Union High School District, Auburn, California Paideia and Modern Educational Policy: The Conflict of Intent and Authority
Charles Reitz Kansas Community College Liberating the Critical in Critical Theory Transcending Marcuse on Alienation, Art and the Humanities
Judy D. Saltzman California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Natorp on Social Education: A Paideia for all Ages
Steven Schroeder Capital University, Dayton Trapped in a Fortune-Cookie Factory with no Stories to Tell
Shelby L. Sheppard Western Washington University Paideia and the "Matter of Mind"
Francisco Sierra-Gutierrez Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Colombia Education for Cosmopolis
Paul Smeyers Katholieke Universiteit Leuven The Threat of Nihilism: New Educational Opportunities?
Marc Smith St. Thomas University Educating the Human Subject
Tatiana V. Sokhraniaevk   P. Sorokin on Education as a Factor in Cultural Dynamics
K. Sundaram Lake Michigan College Herder, Gadamer, and 21st Century Humanities
Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon Bowling Green State University Humanity Educating Philosophy
A. Tsooker Novokuznetsk Institute of Qualification Improvement The Technical Improvement Of Education As A Philosophical Problem
Elza Venter University of South Africa Philosophy of Education as a Means to Educate Humanity in a Diverse South Africa
Book Search:

Left Bookend Right Bookend

redblue.gif (1042 bytes)


LinkTop.gif (1431 bytes)

paideia3.gif (8894 bytes)

Paideia logo design by Janet L. Olson.
All Rights Reserved.

Managing Editor: Stephen Dawson

Page Created: May 18, 1999
Last Modified: June 22, 2000


LinkHome.gif (1151 bytes)