Indoctrination is an important concept in educational philosophy. It bears on many areas of study, including ethics, epistemology and philosophy of science, and opens up new paths of investigation into such questions as classroom method and the rights of parents and their children. This book brings together a number of key articles which discuss indoctrination in relation to aspects of religion and morals, dotrines and moral responsibility. This volume combines both American and English interpretations of a crucial idea in the philosophy of education and helps bridge the gap between the teaching of the subject in the USA and the UK.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of Contents
1. The Evolution of the Concept Richard H. Gatchel 2. Indoctrination and Rationality John Wilson 3. Indoctrination and Beliefs Thomas F. Green 4. Indoctrination and Respect for Persons William Heard Kilpatrick 5. Indoctrination and Moral Education R. F. Atkinson 6. Indoctrination and Doctrines Antony Flew 7. Indoctrination and democratic method Willis Moore 8. Indoctrination and Freedom John Wilson 9. Indoctrination and Religion Antony Flew 10. Indoctrination and Intentions J. P. White 11. Indoctrination and Mis-education Brian S. Crittenden 12. Indoctrination and Moral Responsibility I. A. Snook 13. Indoctrination: Inculcating Doctrines I. M. M. Gregory and R. G .Woods 14. Indoctrination without Doctrines? J. P .White