Adult education philosophy
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For reasons such as those alluded to above, few English philosophers today are interested in building up and defending panoramic world-views of the metaphysical kind, or even in constructing general systems of moral or political philosophy. It does not seem to be like, e. The character of the contribution which the philosopher might appropriately make is somewhat more difficult to establish, however, partly because philosophers themselves are prone to differ about the scope and character of philosophical inquiry in general. Much of the confusion occurs because the terms in question are non-technical terms, readily used in ordinary speech, but for this very reason ill-defined and encrusted over with a mass of customary associations. On this view, our adult educational values are dependent on the general educational values to which we are attached. our educational values in turn reflect our basic moral and social values. and in the last analysis these represent the normative consequences of our fundamental conceptions of the nature of man and his relationship to reality. And so in a communist society it will be the task of adult education to help men to become better workers, while in a capitalist society the committed Marxist will use adult education to promote class-consciousness among the working-class and thereby make the working-class more militant and revolutionary.
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Identifying Your Educational Philosophy
If, as I have suggested, differences on adult educational policy are in the end ideological differences, it is vital that these ideological factors be identified and investigated. While contemporary philosophers of education have not as yet turned their attention to the philosophical aspects of adult education, no doubt in time some of them will prove very willing to employ their skills of analysis on the adult educational problems which await them. I have stated that most English philosophers of education practising and teaching today see their function as essentially one of analysis. Of course, there is nothing new in the view which sees Philosophy as essentially concerned with the evaluation of arguments and the analysis of propositions and concepts. Mr Paterson could philosophise about adult education not only because he was a philosopher but because he knew the language and the problems of adult education from inside.
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Personal philosophy of adult education
This is also a long-familiar role of the philosopher, who has always been at pains to establish precisely what is being said in some proposition uttered by some speaker. There seem to be three main points at which the work of philosophical analysis is most relevant to adult education - in appraising the validity of arguments, in elucidating the claims of propositions, and in analysing the meanings of terms. On this view, our adult educational values are dependent on the general educational values to which we are attached. our educational values in turn reflect our basic moral and social values. and in the last analysis these represent the normative consequences of our fundamental conceptions of the nature of man and his relationship to reality. What are the exact logical relationships which hold among all of these assorted and vague terms.
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