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  • Title: On Education (Library of Essential Reading)
  • Author: Immanuel Kant Sarah Cunningham
  • ISBN: 9781411431058
  • Page: 460
  • Format: ebook

  • T he rule of education is the chief end whereby man is formed under civilization Immanuel Kant On Education 1803 is a collection of Kant s lectures on physical and practical education, pedagogy, and moral culture, and it is the only work in which Kant s views on education are presented comprehensively On Education introduces us to the practical implications of T he rule of education is the chief end whereby man is formed under civilization Immanuel Kant On Education 1803 is a collection of Kant s lectures on physical and practical education, pedagogy, and moral culture, and it is the only work in which Kant s views on education are presented comprehensively On Education introduces us to the practical implications of Kant s theoretical philosophy and instructs us on how to tame and cultivate the excellence in human nature Fast moving and engaging, On Education is highly readable and reminds us that Kant s pedagogical mission included his interest in teaching his students how to live, by recommending a certain way of life.
    Immanuel Kant Sarah Cunningham
    Immanuel Kant was an 18th century philosopher from K nigsberg, Prussia now Kaliningrad, Russia He s regarded as one of the most influential thinkers of modern Europe of the late Enlightenment His most important work is The Critique of Pure Reason, an investigation of reason itself It encompasses an attack on traditional metaphysics epistemology, highlights his own contribution to these areas Other main works of his maturity are The Critique of Practical Reason, which is about ethics, The Critique of Judgment, about esthetics teleology.Pursuing metaphysics involves asking questions about the ultimate nature of reality Kant suggested that metaphysics can be reformed thru epistemology He suggested that by understanding the sources limits of human knowledge we can ask fruitful metaphysical questions He asked if an object can be known to have certain properties prior to the experience of that object He concluded that all objects that the mind can think about must conform to its manner of thought Therefore if the mind can think only in terms of causality which he concluded that it does then we can know prior to experiencing them that all objects we experience must either be a cause or an effect However, it follows from this that it s possible that there are objects of such a nature that the mind cannot think of them, so the principle of causality, for instance, cannot be applied outside experience hence we cannot know, for example, whether the world always existed or if it had a cause So the grand questions of speculative metaphysics are off limits, but the sciences are firmly grounded in laws of the mind Kant believed himself to be creating a compromise between the empiricists the rationalists The empiricists believed that knowledge is acquired thru experience alone, but the rationalists maintained that such knowledge is open to Cartesian doubt and that reason alone provides us with knowledge Kant argues, however, that using reason without applying it to experience will only lead to illusions, while experience will be purely subjective without first being subsumed under pure reason Kant s thought was very influential in Germany during his lifetime, moving philosophy beyond the debate between the rationalists empiricists The philosophers Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and Schopenhauer saw themselves as correcting and expanding Kant s system, thus bringing about various forms of German Idealism Kant continues to be a major influence on philosophy to this day, influencing both Analytic and Continental philosophy.


    Commentaires:

    Erik Graff
    The University of Michigan's Ann Arbor Paperback house should be ashamed of this book. This hardcover edition has nothing but the translated text. There are a few notes by the translator, but that's it. There is not even any indication of the publication history of the text! What ought have been provided is some background about the author, the text and the context in which it appeared so far as the history of educational theory is concerned.So, here I'll give a little background: Kant was unusu [...]

    Ali Jones
    Utmerket! Kant starter boken med å forklare det grunnleggende ved oppdragelsekunsten (og trekker såvel paralleller til regjeringkunsten), dette syntes jeg først var veldig kjedelig og overfladisk men i ettertid merker jeg hvor brukbart anerkjennelsen av det grunnleggende var. Kapittelet: Den fysiske oppdragelse, var meget utdatert men fortsatt interessant ettersom jeg fikk litt innsikt i forholdene i Kants tid. Barnet/eleven er alltid elev av livet og bør bli lært opp til å bære på guds [...]

    Bob Nichols
    As man is naturally unruly, Kant states that the child must be molded into a cultured being who conducts his or her life according to maxims and principles. The end result is to bring our nature “nearer to perfection” and toward the perfecting of mankind.” The great task of education is “the perfection of human nature.” Goodness, the seed of perfection, lies within and “Providence has willed, that man shall bring forth for himself the good that lies hidden in his nature.” An educat [...]

    Hakan Guveli
    Müthiş bir kitap. Günümüzde yazılan Egitim ve gelişim kitaplarının hikaye olduğunu anlıyorsun. Her anne baba ve eğitimde çalışanlar kesinlikle okumalı.

    Hernán M. Sanabria
    "La educación es un arte cuya aplicación debe ser perfeccionada por muchas generaciones".

    Finn Nielsen
    "Only the happy heart is able to find pleasure in the good."

    Yusuf Bozkır
    Not sure why a 'philosopher' writes a book like this?

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