This book in the series of books on the philosophy of educations undertakes the task of delineating the historical roots of educational philosophy. Bringing under its purview the thoughts of educational philosophers throughout the ages, it provides a comprehensive exploration of the schools of thought which have influenced profoundly the educational process.
It also provides an incisive critique of these philosophies, exploring nearly every facet. Also under cover are the current trends, thoughts and practices in educational philosophy which are continuously re-writing the methodologies of education. It is hoped that the insight and erudition of the book serve well for the readers.