By Ranjan Ghosh
This ebook offers an intensive rethinking of the widespread Indian philosopher Rabindranath Tagore, exploring how his philosophy of schooling pertains to the information of Western theorists resembling Kant, Plato and Aristotle. Tagore's recommendations on pedagogy, collage and formal schooling are subjected to a desirable critique inside Ghosh's transcultural framework, referencing quite a lot of thinkers throughout various time classes, locations, and cultures, and constructing a better sensitivity to different traditions, languages, and sorts of pondering and writing. The ebook alterations the best way now we have to date thought of the educationist Tagore, and may be of curiosity to students and experts of literature, Indian background, and philosophy of schooling. it's political, deeply philosophical and has a transcultural tackle our realizing of various concerns in terms of Tagore and to philosophy of schooling in general.
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