Wilson, John (Boyd)
WILSON, John (Boyd)
WILSON, John (Boyd). British, b. 1928. Genres: Education, Philosophy, Psychology, Theology/Religion. Career: Lecturer and Tutor, Dept of Educational Studies, Oxford University, since 1970. Housemaster and Second Master, King's School, Canterbury, 1954-61; Professor of Religious Knowledge, Trinity College, University of Toronto, 1961-62; Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Sussex, 1962-70; Director, Farmington Trust Research Unit. Oxford, 1965-70. Publications: Thinking with Concepts; Reason and Morals; Language and the Pursuit of Truth; Equality; Education and the Concept of Mental Health; Introduction to Moral Education; A Teacher's Guide to Moral Education; Education in Religion and the Emotions; Practical Methods of Moral Education; Moral Thinking, 1970; Religion, 1972; Ideals, 1972; Philosophy and Practical Education, 1977; Preface to the Philosophy of Education, 1979; (with R. Straughan) Philosophizing about Education, 1983; What Philosophy Can Do, 1986; (co- editor) Philosophers on Education, 1987; A New Introduction to Moral Education, 1990; (with B. Cowell) Children and Discipline, 1990; Central Issues in Moral and Ethical Education, 1991; Love Between Equals, 1995; Learning to Love, 2000. Died 2003.