Friday, October 12, 2007

Habermas and Philosophy of education

"Although Jurgen Habermas is not typically viewed as an educational philosopher, his ideas have been recognized as having significance for adult and postsecondary education. Stephen Brookfield (2005) offers a particularly enlightening reading of Habermas. My philosophy of education is grounded in this particular understanding of Habermas, which I'll describe below."

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1 comment:

Gary Davis said...

Thanks, Ali. Here's a note in response to David Ayers that links, at the end, to Habermas' grandly practical "idea of the university."

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