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Taylor & Francis Forgotten Connections Book
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  • Language: English
  • Title: Forgotten Connections Book: On culture and upbringing
  • Subject: Education-general
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Taylor & Francis Forgotten Connections Book
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Taylor & Francis "Forgotten Connections" Philosophy book is written by Klaus Mollenhauer and is suitable for researchers working in the fields of education.

Taylor & Francis "Forgotten Connections" Philosophy book concentrates on the idea of bildung that describes about upbringing and maturation. Book contains information about sharing something about one's self and ways of life.

  • Language: English
  • Title: Forgotten Connections Book: On culture and upbringing
  • Subject: Education-general
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of pages: 146
  • Author: Klaus Mollenhauer
  • Publisher: Routledge, Publication date: November 7, 2013
  • Dimensions: 228 mm x 158 mm x 19 mm
  • Genre: Education/philosophy & social aspects
  • Series: Theorizing Education
  • Internationally regarded as one of the most important German contributions to educational and curriculum theory in the 20th century
  • Book focuses on the idea of Bildung, in which philosophy and education come together to see upbringing and maturation as being much more about holistic experience than skill development
  • Includes an introduction written specifically for this translation describing Mollenhauer's theoretical and practical concern, as well as an editorial preface by Gert Biesta
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Author Name Klaus Mollenhauer
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