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Topics in education : the Cincinnati lectures of 1959 on the philosophy of education / Bernard J F Lonergan ; edited by Robert M. Doran and Frederick E. Crowe ; revising and augmenting the unpublished text prepared by James Quinn and John Quinn.

By: Lonergan, Bernard J. F, 1904-1984.
Contributor(s): Doran, Robert M, 1939- | Crowe, Frederick E, 1915-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSetSeries: Collected works of Bernard Lonergan ; v. 10 ; The Robert Mollot Collection. Volumes: Show volumesPublisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c1988, 1993Description: xix, 308 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780802034410; 0802034403 (cloth); 0802034411 (paper).Uniform titles: Collected works of Bernard Lonergan Subject(s): Catholic Church | Education -- Philosophy | Theology -- 20th century | Church and educationDDC classification: 230.092
Contents:
The problem of a philosophy of education -- The human good as object: its invariant structure -- The human good as object: differentials and integration -- The human good as the developing subject -- The new learning: mathematics -- Science and the new learning -- The theory of philosophic differences -- Piaget and the idea of a general education -- Art -- History.
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Published for Lonergan Research Institute of Regis College.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The problem of a philosophy of education -- The human good as object: its invariant structure -- The human good as object: differentials and integration -- The human good as the developing subject -- The new learning: mathematics -- Science and the new learning -- The theory of philosophic differences -- Piaget and the idea of a general education -- Art -- History.

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