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タイトル: 経験の組織化と教育 : J. Deweyの「経験」概念の検討にふれて
その他のタイトル: Education and the Organization of Experience : An Examination of J. Dewey's Concept of 'Experience'
著者: 松岡, 信義
著者(別言語): Matsuoka, Nobuyoshi
発行日: 1979年2月1日
出版者: 東京大学教育学部
掲載誌情報: 東京大学教育学部紀要. 18巻, 1979.2, p.157-166
抄録: Dewey's concept of 'experience' is clarified by contrast with traditional theories of experience. Following are the characteristics of his 'experience' : (i) interaction between living things and the environments in which they live (ii) objective world which penetrates into actions and sufferings of man (iii) experimental effort to change things given, connection with future (iv) be full of relation (v) be full of inference Dewey built up his theory of experience on the consciousness of recovering the loss of the 'continuity of experience' which had been brought forth under the drastic change of society after the industrial revolution. He thought of the subject of education as continuous reorganization of experience. At the phase of education, two principles of experience, 'continuity' and 'interaction', are important. We are able to gain rich suggestions concerning the problems of education today by the examination of Dewey's concept of 'experince.'
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/375
ISSN: 04957849


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