This new, updated edition of $ISelected Writings on Philosophy and Adult Education$I reflects developments in the field of adult education since $IPhilosophical Foundations of Adult Education$I was
originally published in 1984. Included in this edition are selections representing critical theory, phenomenology, and feminist theory. Further, new material reflecting more traditional philosophical traditions has been
added, such as selections from Bloom's $IThe Closing of the American Mind$I, Nadler and Nadler's $IDeveloping Human Resources$I, and Mezirow's $IFostering Critical Reflection in Adulthood$I. These and other additions
complement "classic" selections by Dewey, Lindeman, Skinner, Freire, and others. **Target audience: Students in graduate programs in adult education. Graduate students in related areas of education and
practitioners in adult education, administration, social work and health fields.