Learning to Learn: Toward a Philosophy of Education
Addressing specific questions of what should be learned, the nature of the learner, and the learning process, "Learning to Learn" offers a fresh perspective on basic issues in philosophy of education. The author's approach, which is grounded in the insights of Michael Polanyi, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and the later Ludwig Wittgenstein, focuses on learning as mediated through tacit and participatory processes in relational contexts.
- Dewey Decimal: 370
- Physical Description: 6.0"x8.8"x0.8"; 0.8 lb; 252 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2000-08
- Health, Mind & Body -- Psychology & Counseling
- Nonfiction -- Education
- Nonfiction -- Philosophy
- Science -- Behavioral Sciences -- Cognitive Psychology
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