The work consists of three parts. The first part is devoted to a discussion of the meanings of philosophy and education, and their mutual relations. Various issues in education are also discussed in the light of the traditional schools of philosophy that have influenced educational thought. The second part consists of a discussion of the normative and operational aspects of aims of education of contemporary interest such as national integration, international understanding, democracy and the relative importance of individual and social aims in education. There is also a discussion of the place and importance of the curriculum and its organisation, shortcomings of the present day curriculum and remedies to overcome them. The final part of the book covers the philosophical and derivative educational views of a few philosophers as well as educational views of a few philosophers as well as educational thinkers who have influenced Indian educational thought or practice or both
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