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Analytical philosophy of education: a short overview
Beregovaya Oxana Aleksandrovna

PhD in Philosophy

Docent, the department of International Relations and Humanitarian Cooperation, Siberian Institute of Management, Branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

630102, Russia, g. Novosibirsk, ul. Nizhegorodskaya, 6

zaroza@mail.ru
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Abstract.

The subject of this research is the analytical tradition of the philosophy of education, which is based on the analytical tradition in philosophy in the spirit of logical positivism as the language analysis leaning on the logics. It forms a set of ideas aimed at the pragmatic analysis of expressions of the natural language, identifying of the rules of their application in life, norms of functioning of the language, its various forms in contexts of non-scientific areas of culture – in everyday life, politics, art, education, etc. The starting works became “The Language of Education” by Israel Scheffler (1960, United States) and “Ethics and Education” by R. S. Peters (1966, Great Britain). The article represents a review of this direction in the context of its disciplinary and institutional establishment and evolution in the United States and Great Britain since the middle of the XX century. The author analyzes the periods of development of the philosophy of education and their peculiarities, and underlines the origination of reception of the analytical tradition of the philosophy of education, an attempt of its comparison with other postmodern trends, as well as progressing transformation into the post-analytical philosophy. Reference of the analytical philosophy to the relevant questions of modernity disputes the established stereotype as a conservative and purely academic discipline that is artificially isolated from the social and cultural life.

Keywords: linguistic analysis, values of education, goals of education, paradigm, history of philosophy, education, philosophy of education, analytical philosophy, reception of analytical philosophy, evolution of ideas

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8728.2018.3.22288

Article was received:

13-03-2017


Review date:

13-03-2017


Publish date:

21-03-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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