It is a blog that has information on educational philosophy. The articles address topics like naturalism, pragmatism, idealism, realism, and Islamic philosophy of education. There are articles on Plato, Aristotle, John Dewey, and Rousseau among others. Education is to be imparted in accordance with the interests of the child. 3. Emphasises observation, experimentation, and experience. 4. Opposes bookish learning. 5. It is liable to change according to a change in life. 6. Attaches due importance to discipline. 7. Philosophy is developed from education. D. Aims of Education: 1. Spread the loveUnderstanding philosophy is important for educators not only so that they possess an individual philosophy but gain more awareness to the philosophies of their students and administrators. In this series on the four leading schools of philosophies idealism, realism, postmodernism, and pragmatism will be reviewed to assist with understanding the elements of philosophy.
Physical realism [microform] : being an analytical philosophy from the physical objects of science to the physical data of sense / (London, New York, Longmans, Green, and co., 1888), by Thomas Case (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The significance of meaning in pragmatism and neorealism [microform] Values and education should help him in doing so. Being practical and utilitarian school of philosophy, Pragmatism has influenced education to the maximum extent. It has tried overcoming the limitations of other schools like idealism and naturalism and has influenced the world to a fantastic extent.