A Reader in Philosophy of Education attempts to deepen and widen
the philosophical thinking of its readership in and about
education. At the same time, it encourages an epistemologically
rich understanding of education that is infused with different
philosophies of education. Each of these gives readers an entry
into the nature of education and maximises a many-sided
understanding of educational problems encountered in society by
means of rupture as well as consensus. The authors examine some of
the primary genres of philosophy of education: critical realism;
hermeneutics; phenomenology; critical theory; pragmatism;
post-structuralism; rationality; Islamic education; Buddhism;
Confucianism; African philosophy of education.
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