Edited by D. Carr, M. Halstead and R. Pring

Terry McLaughlin managed to bring clarity into complex issues of educational concern without losing the subtlety of the argument. He was one of the best exponents of the analytic tradition in philosophy of education, in part because his analysis was always informed by a depth of both scholarship and personal understanding. His many admirers across the world will be delighted to see so much of his central work brought together for the first time in this collection.

David BridgesUniversity of Cambridge