Abstract. Although its influence has declined somewhat in the s, the analytic style has been the dominant force in academic philosophy of education in English-speaking countries since the s. In a sense analytic philosophy is not supposed to have any ideological orientation, since it purports to consist not of the exposition of evaluative ideals and ontological assumptions, but of the objective mapping of the criteria for the application of concepts as these are discernible in the Cited by: 5. From the standpoint of contemporary analytic philosophy, the problems constituting the domain of ‘philosophy of adult education’ are those logical problems which we find in any realm of informal discourse in which arguments have to be devised, propositions have to be framed, and terms chiefly drawn from ordinary language have to be put to a variety of often unforeseen uses.
adult education was primarily found in peer-reviewed articles and journals. A few books on this subject were also reviewed. Research studies reviewed mostly used a meta-analytical method. Adult education theories For this review, four adult education theories will be examined: andragogy, self-directed. Contemporary philosophy is often described as divided into two camps: continental and analytic. Though some dispute the usefulness of these terms, they do provide a good understanding for.
Jan 06, · Analytic Philosophy has yet to be applied to question about education on a large scale; Articles are beginning to appear, however characterized more by their methodology and presupposition by consistent Pattern of conclusions. Aim of Education -. Abstractor: N/A. ISBN: ISBN ISSN: N/A. Philosophical Foundations of Adult Education. Second Edition. Elias, John L.; Merriam, Sharan B. This book examines the philosophical foundations of adult education (AE). The following topics are discussed: philosophy of AE (philosophy and action in theory and practice and philosophy for adult educators); liberal AE (historical development, liberal .
May 20, · Progressive education encourages the development of life-long learning and social skills, and is often associated with education for social responsibility and democracy. Radical adult education philosophies are in many ways similar to progressive ideals, but more specifically radical education is the belief social, political, and economic. Traces the development of analytic philosophy of education during the last three decades. Identifies two major stages of development ( and ), the characteristics of the stages, and the criticisms launched against analytic philosophy of education. Finds recent criticisms outdated and misdirected. (DMM)Cited by: 2.