By Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont,Jean-Marc Barrelet
Jean Piaget is commonly said as probably the most very important students of the twentieth century. His passionate philosophical look for an realizing of the character of information led him to make significant contributions to the research of kid improvement and epistemology. yet how did his adolescence in Neuchâtel encourage him to embark in this seek?
Taking a socio-historical and cultural standpoint, this e-book outlines the improvement of Piaget's knowing of significant concerns relating to brain, religion, technological know-how, good judgment, peace, and social rights in a time of anxiety. and international wars The overseas and multidisciplinary individuals examine Piaget the adolescent as he starts his quest for autonomy of cause and units out to create his personal explanatory procedure for cognitive progress. The latter a part of the e-book is going directly to contemplate the early reception of Piaget's paintings in numerous cultural contexts and his effect on problems with psychology and academic reform.
Piaget's theoretical method could be noticeable as an expression of the values he constructed in the course of his formative years and early life as he sought for the stipulations of reciprocal relationships and rational dialogues. Jean Piaget and Neuchâtel demonstrates that during trendy weather, the questions Piaget addressed stay very suitable and invite new enquiries from diversified standpoints. This ebook will consequently be of curiosity to psychologists, educators, and philosophers.
This e-book is released with the aid of professional Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council.
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Jean Piaget and Neuchâtel: The Learner and the Scholar by Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont,Jean-Marc Barrelet