By Matthew D. Dewar
This e-book explores how modern academic study and curriculum occlude the important and enduring dating among schooling and health. starting with the implications of the reductive traits of academic examine and relocating in the course of the outcomes of the technical and instrumental traits of curriculum, this e-book demanding situations how modern schooling as an entire reduces humans to “things” and funnels them based on predetermined wisdom types consultant of the dominant socioeconomic ideology. via a philosophical exploration of unique conceptions of schooling and health, this ebook makes an attempt to get well an realizing of schooling that embodies how we learn how to discover and relate to our personal percentages for a extra significant lifestyles that is a lifetime of well-being.
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Education and Well-Being: An Ontological Inquiry by Matthew D. Dewar