Democracy And Education
Democracy And Education
John Dewey's analysis and criticism of the educational philosophies of Plato and Jean-Jacques Rousseau culminate in his expansion upon the idea that the individual and society are inextricably linked—and that this linkage informs the development of intellect. This classic introduction to Dewey's philosophy of education became a foundation for many of today's progressive theories of education, and the influence of the ideas contained therein continue to shape the educational landscape of the Western world.

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