A Response to Professor Scheffler’s Paper
|dc.contributor.author||Archambault, Reginald D.|
|dc.description.abstract||I find much of value in Professor Scheffler’s remarks. However, there is a problem facing teacher education that very fundamental, and it requires a more radical solution. The problem is a crisis of faith in our current system of education. This crisis compels the prospective teacher to consider the characterization, definition, and justification of any subject matter whatsoever.|
|dc.subject||Philosophy Of Education|
|dc.title||A Response to Professor Scheffler’s Paper|
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