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Brameld, Theodore

Theodore Brameld — 1969

Theodore Brameld — 1960
A discussion of Dr. Conant’s pronouncements on the state of secondary education.

Theodore Brameld — 1945
A description of the high school project that tried to answer the question, "what kind of society do we as young citizens want to build for tomorrow?" The results of this project were encouraging.

Theodore Brameld — 1943
A FAVORITE DOGMA OF EDUCATIONAL conservative is that schools seldom if ever lead and create; they always follow and reflect. This dogma is sharply challenged by educational liberals: the ideological weight of economic systems, political institutions, all sorts of cultural patterns, is not overlooked; it is however held to be amenable to control and direction wherever schools are willing to assume the obligations, skills, and kinds of knowledge which such control and direction demand.

Theodore Brameld — 1943
IN THE FEW MONTHS' INTERVAL SINCE Congress tolled the funeral bell of the National Resources Planning Board, whatever there was of public concern for reconstruction on the national plane "has been heavily overshadowed by concern for reconstruction on the international plane. One would suppose, to follow the main line of talk in both the House and Senate, for example, that serious postwar problems simply don't and won't exist at home.

Theodore Brameld — 1943
IF ONE SURVEYS THE PRESENT STATUS of thinking and action by labor with regard to postwar society, two observations stand out: First, only now is the American labor movement becoming officially and widely concerned over the problems which it will sooner or later face; Second, its public declarations to date are couched in such broad terms that one cannot possibly determine what significant policies, if any, it will eventually pursue.

Theodore Brameld — 1943
ALTHOUGH THESE volumes have appeared over a span of something like a year, there are several justifications for considering them together at this time. One is that a good case could be made for the contention that they are probably of more direct importance to educational philosophy than any four books, which have appeared during the same period.

Theodore Brameld — 1941
DESPITE PROFOUND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THESE volumes, they are alike in their rich significance for that kind of education which is sensitive to the cardinal issues of our day. Each is a penetrating analysis of those issues from the standpoint of philosophy. Each is seriously disturbed over the threat of antidemocratic forces and eager to enhance the values of democracy. Each demonstrates the importance of reexamining our characteristic beliefs about human nature and society in order to determine wherein we are most vulnerable, wherein we may tap new sources of wisdom and strength.

Theodore Brameld — 1941
BELATEDLY but finally we of academic education awaken to the existence of a movement to which, for the most part, we have been quite oblivious and which has arisen entirely outside our own professional fields. Mr. Adam and the American Association for Adult Education are to be congratulated for devoting an entire, if brief, volume to workers' education. Teachers in public schools and universities who are alert to new trends should take advantage of this opportunity to become acquainted with a development not merely worthy of respectful attention, but legitimately deserving to be called the most important pioneering venture in American education today.

Theodore Brameld — 1940
THE FOURTH YEARBOOK OF THE JOHN DEWEY SOCIETY focuses upon the problem of teacher-training, its fourteen chapters covering a wide scope of topics ranging from administration, selection, guidance and curriculum, to the psychology of learning and the socio-economic milieu of American education.

Theodore Brameld — 1940
WHERE are we going?" That is a question Americans seldom ask, for they have not needed to ask it. Theirs has been a country rich in natural resources, in vast frontiers, offering the average citizen of ability and industry a fair chance to succeed in at least some modest way. Yet the very riches, which hastened our development, have been in no mild way responsible for our difficulties today. As a nation we have worried little about our own future. Since our beginnings we have always placed tremendous confidence in our resources and resourcefulness; in our lands, forests, rivers, factories; in ourselves.

Theodore Brameld — 1938
PHILOSOPHERS seem to enjoy quarreling among themselves over problems, which, to the layman, often look futile. The technical terminology used and the history of philosophy presupposed may have led occasional readers to something of this feeling about the articles on metaphysics and social attitudes which The Social Frontier is publishing this year. Such a feeling, if it anywhere exists, is quite erroneous. Few more fundamental issues have arisen in American philosophy than that over which the two philosophers, Professors Blanshard and Hook, and the philosopher-sociologist, Professor Sorokin, have clashed in these articles. The Social Frontier is to be commended for recognizing the importance of a question which journals in the field of "technical" philosophy itself have considered too little.

Theodore Brameld — 1937
THE SOCIAL scientist who wishes to use his techniques directly for the purpose of coping with major issues of American life faces an old but difficult dilemma. How can he, on the one hand, be scrupulously faithful to the complexities of the phenomena with which he deals and infer nothing which the facts do not definitely permit; and yet on the other hand, hope to discover a consistent solution without going beyond those facts—without, in other words, committing the unscientific sins of devotion to, and over-simplification of, the solution he makes?

Theodore Brameld — 1937
NOTWITHSTANDING that one of these books is a biography and the other a philosophic treatise, there is justification for considering them together. Among the great figures of the modern world none exemplifies more richly the integration of life and thought than does Karl Marx. Not only did he personally sacrifice the full measure of his resources to carry out the principles he held to be true, but the principles themselves, from which he never once deviated after he had found them, were especially conducive to such integration. For in the last analysis the philosophy and biography of humanity are, from his viewpoint, identical.

Theodore Brameld — 1936
Philosophy cannot realize itself without the abolition of the proletariat; the proletariat cannot abolish itself without realizing philosophy. This famous dictum by Karl Marx, epitomizing the profound dependence of socialist and communist doctrine upon philosophy, suggests a way to evaluate the present important volume.

Theodore Brameld — 1935
ONE OF Marx's keenest observations about capitalist society was that the organs of public opinion — particularly newspapers and the schools—are actually though often surreptitiously controlled by the class in power. Perhaps no better demonstration of this belief could be found than the lack of familiarity among most high school and college graduates with the sharpest of all critics of capitalism—Karl Marx himself.

Theodore Brameld — 1934
THE sharpest attack on American colleges in current years has been centered on the inadequacy of social sciences. On the side of professorial research, the opinion is heard often—and notwithstanding the brain trust—that colleges have failed to solve any crucial problems arising from the depression. Students of even our best universities accordingly know little about the political implications of a capitalist system, and even less about really important programs of correction. Young graduates who all too soon must shoulder the responsibilities of running society will be tragically unprepared for a period of readjustment and probable upheaval. The task of reorganizing the social science curriculum to meet these criticisms, if they are sound, is obviously great.

 
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Abelmann, Nancy
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Agee, Jane
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Alexander, Herbert B.
Alexander, Jonathan
Alexander, Karl L.
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Allen, Ira Madison
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Allen, Jennifer
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Allen, Wendell C.
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Alleyne, Melissa L.
Alline, Anna L.
Allington, Richard
Allison, Valerie A.
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Almeda, Victoria Q.
Almog, Tamar
Almy, Millie
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Altman, William
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Amonette, Henry L.
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