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philosophy of education : it is the study of education in philosophical manner i.e we analyse the education in terms of philosophy like the study of different philosophies like pragmatism, idealism naturalism all theses theories are the explanation of philosophical study of education for ex: pragmatist school of philosophy believes in the philosophy of reality for them they believe in here and now whereas school of naturalist believe in the philosophy of matter anything that exist is the form of matter.

nothing exist beyond it. these schools also have their aim for education

like the aim for education in pragmatism is

1. more education : of education is complete when new methods are devised for education

2/ harmonious development of a child: they believe that education should be such that there should be a harmonious development of a child

3: dynamic and adaptable development of a mind: in pragmatism aims are not fixed they keeps on changing therefore education of a child should be such that it would be able to develop the adaptable abilities

similarly naturalist have their's on point of view on educations

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