Examining Rousseau's Philosophy of Education: A Christian Account

From: Volume 1, Issue 3: Fall 2004 Pages 80-98

Abstract

With his unique theological perspective, Rousseau proposes a different way of doing education. His education according to nature calls for education to heed the natural way human beings learn. This paper explores Rousseau's philosophy of education and its contribution and challenge to education, especially Christian education. It also examines and critiques Rousseau's theological basis for his philosophy of education.

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