30/06/2019

Philosophy Of Education Stephen Hicks, Ph.D.

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Philosophy of educationWe live in a country built on knowledge and high standards of education. 21 Rousseau also had a different theory of human development; where Plato held that people are born with skills appropriate to different castes (though he did not regard these skills as being inherited), Rousseau held that there was one developmental process common to all humans.

In the Eighteenth Century AD, the English poet, philosopher and lexicographer, Dr. Samuel Johnson, would perfectly summarize this philosophy of knowledge when he wrote, “human beings need to be reminded more than they need to be taught.” The activity of thinking reminds you of what you innately know but have forgotten.Philosophy of education

Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.” Sir Arthur Helps (1813-1875), English writer and dean of the Monarch’s advisory council, agreed with such sentiment when he wrote, “reading is sometimes an ingenious device for avoiding thought.” So reading, an essential means of education, can be a detriment to creative thinking.

Many historical occurrences could be explained by the Economics and the ways individuals and societies are affected by it. The competition among individuals for economical and political advance in any society which competition has grown into Global has always been the way bringing innovations, improvements and progress but in the same time bringing corruption, injustice and the following revolutions and terrorism.

In any case, as they gained prominence and for a time hegemonic influence during the rise of analytic philosophy early in the twentieth century analytic techniques came to dominate philosophy of education in the middle third of that century (Curren, Robertson, & Hager 2003).