Model of Instrumentalism in the Philosophy of Education of Pragmatism and the Neopragmatism Conception

Authors

  • Viktor Viktorovych Zinchenko Institute of Higher Education at the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31874/2309-1606-2017-20-1-269-279

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philosophy of education, instrumentalism, pragmatism, management, neopragmatism, education, democracy, moral consciousness, values, justice, principles of education, social institutes

Abstract

The system-integration aspect of social philosophy and education management is analyzed in the interaction of the concepts of pragmatism and neo-pragmatism instrumentalism in the formation of socio-value orientations. We study the  instrumentalist aspect of social philosophy and management of education, psychology and pedagogy concepts of pragmatism and neopragmatism as industry management knowledge about the development of man and society. Carried out an analysis of the concept of management and philosophy of instrumentalism, and classification of the essence of the existing schools, trends and ideological contradictions between them are revealed.

Author Biography

Viktor Viktorovych Zinchenko, Institute of Higher Education at the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

Doctor of philosophical sciences, professor, principal researcher, Institute of Higher Education at the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine.

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2017-06-01

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Zinchenko, V. V. (2017). Model of Instrumentalism in the Philosophy of Education of Pragmatism and the Neopragmatism Conception. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 20(1), 269–279. https://doi.org/10.31874/2309-1606-2017-20-1-269-279

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