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Philosophy of Education

"The educationalist has to be, not just a [person] who has read extracts from the philosophers
who happen to have said something about education but a full philosopher, and indeed a
philosopher of the most daring and  thorough-going kind, the kind [who] uses [one's]
philosophy to settle the state of our schools, colleges, universities and to exert the
profoundest type of influence on the mentality, ideals, and spirit of the future of our nation."

Bernard J. Lonergan, S.J.
Topics in Education (1993, Vol. 10, p. 10)


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