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  1. Introduction
  2. Metaphysics and its concern with the nature of the ultimate reality
  3. Studying theories of education
  4. Teachers' code of ethics
  5. Ideologies are used to create solidarity within a group
  6. Conclusion
  7. References

Comparison of Philosophy. Ideology and Theory
Philosophy, ideology, and theory are terms mentioned frequently in academic discussions. Their meanings are so intertwined, however, that one can easily confuse what term belongs in which context. In this paper, I will discuss the meanings of these terms, and how they relate and differ from one another.

[...] I grew up in New York and my schools were so multi-cultural that it would be impossible to unite under one group's history. The solution was to unite in our differences. We learned to respect each others unique qualities by celebrating everyone's holidays, having pot- lucks to taste everyone's food, and enjoying other activities which taught us about the beauty that all cultures had to offer. The respect we developed for one another held us together as a group, and from here, I derive items three and four in my Code of Ethics. [...]


[...] Philosophy, Ideology, and Theory Comparison of Philosophy, Ideology and Theory Philosophy, ideology, and theory are terms mentioned frequently in academic discussions. Their meanings are so intertwined, however, that one can easily confuse what term belongs in which context. In this paper, I will discuss the meanings of these terms, and how they relate and differ from one another. Philosophy is a complete body of thought which presents a worldview of which education is a part (Ornstein 94). It seeks to establish meaning, in an attempt to explain the most general human concerns (Gutek 162). [...]

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