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ERIC Number: ED356993
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Pages: 205
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Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 15-19, 1985; Chicago, Illinois, November 14-15, 1986).
Smith, Philip L., Ed.
The Midwest Philosophy of Education Society strives to enhance and deepen the level of conversation about education in the modern world and to evaluate, in moral terms, the relationship of education to the larger society. The following papers were presented at the 1985 annual meeting of the society: "A Plea for Philosophical Reflections" (George Dalin); "The Recitation: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow" (Amy Raths McAninch); "The Elastic Circle: A Scheme of John Dewey's Social Philosophy" (Dwight C. Rinke); "Wieman's Creative Event as an Educational Phenomenon" (George W. Stickel); and "The Myths and Realities of Social Reform or Why People Would Rather Kill Than Drive Slowly" (Alton Harrison, Jr.; Diann Musial). The following papers were presented at the 1986 annual meeting of the society: "The Moral Development of the Developmentally Disabled" (Walter P. Hrolikowski); "On Why Self-Government Failed at Bronson Alcott's Temple School" (Ronald Swartz); "Philosophy of Education in an Era of Reform" (George A. Kizer); "Philosophy of Education and Partnership in Reform" (George W. Stickel); "Performance Versus Results: A Critique of Excellence in Modern Sport" (John H. Gibson); "The Habit of Inquiry and the Content of Inquiry: Implications for Curriculum" (Vincent Macri); "Did Dewey Dance? An Artistic Assay I: The Critic as Teacher" (Lawrence J. Dennis); "Philosophy and the Artistic Quest: Are There Objects of Art? Response to the Presidential Address" (Phillip L. Smith); "Liberal and Conservative Creeds in Education" (Robert B. Nordberg); and "Moral Principles and Moral Education" (Glynn Phillips). (DB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Midwest Philosophy of Education Society.