A Study of Kant's Educational Philosophy
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My paper takes the following form. The introductory chapter consists of a broad outline of the scope and purpose of Kant's educational scheme. The second chapter treats the aims and principles of education, the third chapter, educational techniques. The concluding chapter is critical in nature, including general remarks on the completeness and validity of this scheme, and offering some comparisons of Kant's educational ideas with those of psychologists B.F. Skinner and A.S. Neill.