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Moral Principles in Education is John Dewey's most accessible title. It offers an excellent presentation of Dewey's philosophy of education with reference to the challenges of public education in a democratic society. Dewey accepts the validity of Aristotle's observation that children must be educated in accordance with the kind of government under which they will live. Life in a democratic society thus implies a specific quality of education appropriate to the challenges of democratic social life. 

An Unabridged, Digitally Enlarged Edition with Full navigation. Chapters Include:

  • The Moral Purpose of the School
  • The Moral Training Given by the School Community
  • The Moral Training from Methods of Instruction
  • The Social Nature of the Course of Study
  • The Psychological Aspect of Moral Education

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