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Bertrand Russell On Education (Routledge Library Editions: by Joe Park

By Joe Park

Although students from many disciplines have became their consciousness to Russell’s paintings and appraised its value for a couple of fields, and an in depth literature on him emerged, until eventually this publication, first released in 1963, no thorough research on Russell’s contribution to schooling – a space to which he dedicated no small a part of his energies – had but seemed. The publication is predicated on interviews with Russell in addition to diligent learn in his writings and the assets of his inspiration and may enlighten all who imagine heavily approximately schooling. It addresses particularly the usefulness of Russell’s inspiration for American educators, which used to be hard as Russell dared to question conventional ends and technique of schooling on the time.

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