Philosophy & Education
621 Michigan Ave.
Washington, D. C. 20064
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Philosophical inquiries into education have throughout the history of philosophy born repeated and august fruit. Again and again, we find that the question of education becomes the question of philosophy itself.
This conference proposes the topic of philosophy & education to include both philosophical treatments of education as well as treatments of philosophy as education.
We welcome a variety of approaches including interpretations of the work of philosophers ancient to modern as far as they address the topic, as well as strictly thematic inquiries on such issues as
- epistemological questions: the mechanics of learning, teaching, and coming to know
- political questions: liberal and liberating education, the function of educational institutions
- ethical questions: the moral responsibility of educators, the purpose of education
- metaphysical questions: who is the teacher? pedagogue v. demagogue; philosopher v. sophist
Submit abstracts of 200-400 words as a PDF prepared for blind review to email@example.com by 16 December 2016.
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You will be notified of admission by 6 January 2017.
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