May 09, 2011

Education Philosophy

Figures of Education Philosophy Based On Isme  
Etymologically, philosophy is derived from Philo, philein which means love and sophia which means wisdom. While education is a human effort of reality, knowledge, and values. Many figures in the
philosophy of education based on school and ism. Existentialism birth figures are quite well-known philosophy of education such as Jean Paul Sartre's famous with his book "Being and Nothingness" (1956), Gabriel Marcel is known for his book "Being and Having" (1965) and German philosopher Martin Heidegger's famous with the phrase "Sein Zum Tode." Actually there are many figures that include educational philosophy of existentialism as Paul Tillich, Martin Buber's famous with the "I and Thou" and Karl Jaspers who is famous for "Chiffer-chiffer". The climax is Edmund Husserl called the man as the father of existentialism.

While the figures of education-philosophy that wing Naturalism is Henry Bergson's famous concept of "Elan Vital" and Jean Jacques Rousseau's famous with the "trias politica". While the figures educational philosophy that wing progressivism is Ernest Bayley, Lawrence B. Thomas, etc.
The educational philosophy figures that wing of idealism are Hegel, Immanuel Kant, Plato, etc. Conversely figures philosophy of education that realism is John Locke's famous "tabularasa". David Hume, Francis bacon, Aristotle, etc. Another isme is the educational philosophy of materialism with figures such as Ludwig Feurbach, Karl Marx, Fichte and Schelling.

While the figures philosophy of education that wing pragmatism are John Dewey's, William James and Charles Sanders Pierce. Actually there are many streams in the philosophy of education such as perennialisme, reconstructionalisme, essensialisme, but this page not absorption ratio is sufficient to mention one by one in detail and comprehensive. If you would like more information, please read also other topics on this blog like Philosophy Education.

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