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marxism
constant class conflict, division of workers and owners, where the workers are exploited by their labor
social efficiency
schools should be helping people find suitable jobs. Therefore, in the future, helping many vote, serve on jury and get a job. Schools should be related to the workplace.
Philosophical concepts(3)
idealism, realism/essentialism, existentialism
social mobility
Social class does not limit your ability to move across the spectrum to a life worth living. With education and hard work, you can survive. Regardless of where you start, you may end up further.
feminism
equality for women
democratic equality
the notion that everyone is equal and that no one is judged according to certain characteristics. Thus, no one has a different form of eduation. In this way everyone can vote, participate in a jury trial
universalism
all have the same abilities to achieve and be successful in spite of our backgrounds
3 philosophical ideas present in american education
democratic equality, social efficiency, social mobility
ethics
asks what is right
In philosophy, there are 3 branches
metaphysics, epistemology, axiology
metaphysics involve...
ontology and cosmology
axiology
ethics and aesthetics
epistemology
theory of knowledge
metaphysics
define reality and theory of being and what is real in the world. notion of objective science
aesthetics
what is beauty? which is really defined by society
existentialists
knowledge is what we created, not objective
idealism
beyond nature(ideal notions) transcend tangible
realism/essentialism
A)the tangible qualities that one can make sense of
B) certain attributes to define
existentialism
notion that man makes sense of his world through social interactions helping us define our existence
behaviorism
intelligence is fixed