Answer to Question #212607 in Philosophy for smelo

Question #212607

How does a philosophy of education differ from an educational ideology? In your answer explain what is philosophy of education; what is ideology and the difference between a philosophy of education and an ideology

Expert's answer

Philosophical education has its basic objectives, first, the disposition to seek truth, and, second, the capacity to conduct rational inquiry. Ideological education purpose is not the pursuit and acquisition of truth, but rather the formation of individuals, who can effectively conduct their lives within, and support, their political (and/or religious) community.philosophical education can have corrosive consequences for political (and/or religious) communities in which it is allowed to take place. 

Ideology altogether is a psychic disease. You are not in doubt about, that ideology is a psychic disease if you look at its collective manifestations. It appears for example in the form of ideologies such as Communism, Liberalism, Conservatism, National Socialism and any other nationalism, or in the form of rigid religious systems of faith, which function with the implied assumption, that the supreme good lay out in the future, and that the end therefore justifies the means.

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