Philosophy, Education, Society
Issue n° 15
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Opening, Daniel Parrochia
Lexical rudiments (summary), Daniel Hameline (University of Geneva)
Notion : Games (summary), Dominique Ottavi (IUFM of Versailles)
Report: Teaching sciences
Introduction, Alain Vergnioux (University of Caen)
'Everything is already prepared' (round table) (summary), Pierre-Damien Huyghe, Brigitte Frelat-Kahn, Alain Vergnioux and Hubert Vincent
What education for what society ? Twenty years on (summary), André Giordan (University of Geneva)
The role of technological education (summary), Jean-Louis Martinand (ENS of Cachan)
A sociology of mathematics teaching (summary), Patrick Trabal (University of Paris X)
Why carry on doing maths at school ? (summary), Gérard Sensevy (IUFM of Bretagne) and Alain Mercier (IUFM of Aix-Marseille)
'An early twentieth century naturalist's reflections on science teaching' by Charles Flahault (summary), Anne-Marie Drouin-Hans (University of Bourgogne) and Jean-Marc Drouin (Center Koyré, MNHN)
Studies : Education and modernity in Bachelard : between joy in learning and happiness in living (summary), Michel Fabre (University of Nantes)
Practices : 'Enjoying science' by La Chalotais (summary), Alain Vergnioux (University of Caen)
Correspondence : Philosophy of education in Great Britain : political dimensions (summary), John White (London University)