At home in the world : human nature, ecological thought, and education after Darwin
- Schwartz, Eilon, 1958-
- Albany : SUNY Press, c2009.
- Physical description
- xi, 217 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
BF341 .S38 2009
- Unknown BF341 .S38 2009
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The making of darwinism
- Darwin and the good in human nature
- Nature's lessons : applying evolutionary theory to educational philosophy in the nineteenth century
- From philosophy of nature to educational philosophy
- Spencer's educational philosophy
- Huxley's educational philosophy
- Kropotkin's educational philosophy
- Dewey's darwinism : human nature and the interdependence of life
- Change and growth are the essential features of darwinism
- Human beings can only be understood as part of the natural world
- The natural and the social : Dewey's notion of habit
- Human beings are by nature social animals and can only be understood through their sociability
- Living in the world : democracy as a natural value
- Dewey's darwinian educational philosophy
- Mary Midgley and the ecological telos
- Innate needs
- The teleological implications of having needs
- Feminism and human nature : a case study in teleological thinking
- On building a whole life
- Moral objectivity and the reality of evil
- Breaking down the is/ought dichotomy
- A transcendent life
- A darwinian education
- The aims and purposes of education : a darwinian perspective
- Emotions and reason
- Particularism and universalism
- From nature to culture : a darwinian curriculum
- Cultivating wonder : educational didactics.
- Publication date
- Eilon Schwartz.