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Enlightenment and social progress; education in the nineteenth century, edited by J.J. Chambliss.


Minneapolis, Burgess Pub. Company [1971] .
ISBN 080870334X, 9780808703341

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Subjects Education -- History -- 19th century.
Education.
Description viii, 198 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-196).
Contents Learning how to reason for human progress, by A.N. de Condorcet.--Developing the complete man through national education, by J.G. Fichte.--Education as a human right, by H. Mann.--Education of the genius as an expression of the highest culture, by F. Nietzsche.--Education of the industrial class required by the nature of things, by J.B. Turner.--Proletarian education in historical determinism, by K. Marx and F. Engels.--Industrial education of Blacks: a way of mental and moral training, by B.T. Washington.--Black leadership educated in the highest culture, by W.E.B. DuBois.--Creating human beings who manifest spiritual unity, by F. Froebel.--The spiritual as the highest human expression, by E.P. Peabody.--Teaching to develop moral habits: truth known in action, by F.W. Parker.--Celebration of a poetic way of life, by W. Whitman.--The inductive method: science of instruction and mode of conduct, by J.G. Carter.--Studying natural sciences to develop knowledge and mental discipline, by F.L. Youmans.--Education as the remaking of experience. Schooling as a form of community life. By J. Dewey.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)160600
(OCoLC)ocm00160600
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Chambliss, J. J. 1929-
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