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Realms of meaning; a philosophy of the curriculum for general education.


New York, McGraw-Hill [1964] .
ISBN 0070497818, 9780070497818

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Subjects Curriculumentwicklung.
Education, Humanistic.
Education.
Éducation humaniste.
Grundlagenforschung.
Leerplannen.
Philosophie.
Philosophy.
Planes de estudio.
Semantics (Philosophy)
Semantics.
Sémantique (Philosophie)
Description xiv, 391 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-370).
Contents The argument -- Part I: Meaning and human nature -- Human nature -- Meaninglessness and modern man -- The search for meaning -- Part II: Fundamental patterns of meaning -- The first realm : symbolics -- Ordinary language -- Mathematics -- Nondiscursive symbolic forms -- The second realm : empirics -- Physical science -- Biology -- Psychology -- Social science -- The third realm : esthetics -- Music -- The visual arts -- The arts of movement -- Literature -- The fourth realm : synnoetics -- Personal knowledge -- The fifth realm : ethics -- Moral knowledge -- The sixth realm : synoptics -- History -- Religion -- Philosophy -- Part III: The curriculum for general education -- The scope of the curriculum -- The logic of sequence in studies -- Developmental factors in the sequence of studies -- The problem of selection in the curriculum -- The use of the disciplines -- Representative ideas -- Methods of inquiry -- The appeal to imagination.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)965262
(OCoLC)ocm00965262
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WorldCat Identities Phenix, Philip H. 1915-2002.
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