Philosophy of Education 2016

Editor: Natasha Levinson, Kent State University

Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2016 PDF
 
Preface 2016 PDF
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Editorial Committee 2016 PDF
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Introduction

Philosophy of Education and Philosophizing about Education in the Gap Between Past and Future PDF
Natasha Levinson iii-xv

Presidential Essay

The Importance of Understanding Discourse in Social Justice Education: The Truth and Nothing But The Truth? PDF
Barbara Applebaum 1-16
The Role of Truth in Social Justice Education … and Elsewhere: A response to Barbara Applebaum PDF
Nicholas Burbules 17-20

Distinguished Invited Essay

Latin American Philosophy’s Contribution to Creating a More Meaningful Multicultural Approach to Education in the U.S. PDF
Linda Martín Alcoff 21-37
On Madness, Prophecy, and Outlaw Praxis: Thinking From Exile: A response to Linda Martín Alcoff PDF
Eduardo Duarte 38-44

Featured Essays

Polanyi and the Secular Age: The Promise of Broudy’s “Allusionary Store” PDF
Jon M. Fennell 45-54
Broken Threads, Interpretive Frames, and Conceptions of the Educated Person: A response to Jon M. Fennell PDF
Chris Higgins 55-58
Remembering, Forgetting and Learning Amidst A Time of Extraordinary Rendition: The Guantánamo Camp as a Museum of Forgetting PDF
Mario Di Paolantonio 59-69
Exploring Strategies of Forgetting and Ignorance in Social Justice Education: Can We Forget What We Don’t Know?: A response to Mario Di Paolantonio PDF
Jennifer Logue 70-73
Reconsidering the "Ped" in Pedagogy: A Walking Education PDF
LeAnn M. Holland 74-84
A Walking Education: Taking it Further: A response to LeAnn M. Holland PDF
Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer 85-88

Essays

Being in the Gap between Past and Future: Hannah Arendt and Torah Lishmah PDF
Gad Marcus 89-97
When the Effect Validates the Cause: Studying as an End in Itself in Arendt and Torah Lishmah: A response to Gad Marcus PDF
Stephanie Mackler 98-101
Authoring Teacher Authority in the Lives of Children: The case of M. Lazhar PDF
Aparna Mishra Tarc 102-113
Authority on the Dark Continent of Childhood: A response to Aparna Mishra Tarc PDF
Kip Kline 114-117
Prefacing as Educating: Building Educational Utopias and Barber’s Strong Democracy PDF
Samantha Deane 118-127
Rediscovering the Educating Forest through the Prefacing Trees: Drawing Lessons from Barber’s Strong Democracy A response to Samantha Deane PDF
Tony De Cesare 128-131
Fulfilling the Rousseauian Fantasy: Video Games and Well-Regulated Freedom PDF
Gideon Dishon 132-142
Video Games: Rousseauvian Dream or Skinnerian Nightmare? A response to Gideon Dishon PDF
David Waddington 143-147
Bring the State Back Into Focus: Civic Society, the State, and Education PDF
Quentin Wheeler-Bell 148-159
The State and Civil Society in Rejuvenating Public Schools A response to Quentin Wheeler-Bell PDF
Sarah Stitzlein 160-163
Lost in Translation: Wittgenstein, Training, Education, and Abrichtung PDF
Norm Friesen 164-177
I am in Training: Wittgenstein on Language Acquisition: A response to Norm Friesen PDF
Megan J. Laverty 178-181
Null and Nuller? Laughing About Injustice, from Jon Stewart to John Oliver PDF
Liz Jackson 182-193
Jokes That Bern: One, and That’s Not Funny: A response to Liz Jackson PDF
Cris Mayo 194-196
Towards Deep Liberation: A Gadamerian Correction to Critical Pedagogy PDF
Seamus Mulryan 197-207
On Not Being Arrested as a Wizard: A response to Seamus Mulryan PDF
Charles Bingham 208-211
(Mis)-Understanding the Student Experience PDF
Amanda Fulford 212-222
Understanding Student Experience: A response to Amanda Fulford PDF
Deborah Kerdeman 223-227
Green’s Predicting Thirty-Five Years On PDF
Randall Curren 228-239
There’s more to education than equality of opportunity: A response to Randall Curren PDF
Alexander M. Sidorkin 239-242
Dialectics of Education: Adorno on the Possibility of Bildung in Consumer Society PDF
Douglas Yacek 243-253
Adorno, (Non-)Dialectical Thought, (Post-)Autonomy, and the Question of Bildung: A response to Douglas Yacek PDF
Gregory N. Bourassa 254-258
Educational transformation and the force of film: Viewing Michael Haneke’s The Seventh Continent PDF
Stefan Ramaekers, Naomi Hodgson 259-269
Invitations to Island and Riverside, Not Continent; Gleams of Happiness for a Domephobic Family: A response to Stefan Ramaekers and Naomi Hodgson PDF
Kanako Ide 270-274
Between the Teacher’s Past and the Student’s Future: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Pedagogical Presence PDF
Trent Davis 275-284
Loosening Psychoanalysis and Being Present Towards an Unknown Future A response to Trent Davis PDF
Sean Blenkinsop 285-288
Discerning a Temporal Philosophy of Education: Understanding the gap between past and future through Augustine, Heidegger, and Huebner PDF
Yu-Ling Lee 289-298
Planning for Spontaneity or Preparing for Kairos in the Classroom: A response to Yu-Ling Lee PDF
Kevin Gary 299-302
Surprise in the Fostering of Rationality PDF
Kunimasa Sato 303-313
Surprise, learning, and Schefflerian rationality: A response to Kunimasa Sato PDF
Katariina Holma 314-317
The Concept of Authority and the Swedish Educational Crisis PDF
Johan Dahlbeck, Peter Lilja 318-328
Crisis Management: Hannah Arendt and the Rehabilitation of Teacher Authority: A response to Johan Dahlbeck and Peter Lilja PDF
Dini Metro-Roland 329-333
“One Day is a Whole World”: On the Role of the Present in Education between Plan and Play PDF
Oded Zipory 334-343
Time, Progress, and the Rise of Reason: A response to Oded Zipory PDF
Denise Egéa 344-347
“My Momma Wouldn’t Give Me to the Count of Three”: A Sociological Response to Philosophical Critiques of the No-Excuses Approach to Schooling PDF
Amy J. Shelton 348-357
Momma Said [Education’ll] Knock You Out: A response to Amy Shelton PDF
Kal Alston 358-361
The Philosophical and Educational Big Bang: An Aristophanic-Deweyan Archaeology PDF
Stefano Oliverio 362-371
What shall we do with the children? A response to Stefano Oliverio PDF
Gert Biesta 372-375
The Intellectual Goals of Character Education PDF
Ben Kotzee 376-386
The Conceptual and Practical Role of Intellectual Virtues in Moral Education: A response to Ben Kotzee PDF
Rebecca M. Taylor 387-389
Tradition, Authority, and Education: Insights from Gadamer and Giussani PDF
Brett Bertucio 390-400
Against a Disguised Defence of Religious Initiation : A response to Brett Bertucio PDF
John Tillson 401-404
Philosophy For Policy Makers? A Critique and a Proposal PDF
Francis Schrag 405-416
What is Policy to the Philosopher? A response to Francis Schrag PDF
Winston C. Thompson 417-419
Pedagogy of Time and a Decolonial “Present” PDF
Nassim Noroozi 420-430
“My man Friday”: economizing encirclement, the other phantasm, Derrida’s debt: A reply to Nassim Noroozi PDF
Zelia Gregoriou 431-436
Even Philosophers of Education Get the Blues: A “Relevancy Dilemma” in the Gap between Past and Future PDF
David E. Meens 437-448
Philosophers are the Only Academics Who Get the Blues (or Need to): A response to David Meens PDF
Kurt Stemhagen 449-452
Tolerance Meets the Intolerable: Bounded Tolerance and a Pedagogy of Welcome PDF
John Covaleskie 453-463
Actions, Consequences, and Community Boundaries: A response to John Covaleskie PDF
Ann Chinnery 464-467
Receiving Students and Patients: Professional Education and the Double Challenge of Hospitality PDF
Claudia W. Ruitenberg 468-478
Is Professional Education a “Double Challenge?” A response to Claudia W. Ruitenberg PDF
Christopher Martin 479-482
The Use and Abuse of the History of Educational Philosophy PDF
Avi I. Mintz 483-492
Beyond Saints and Canons: A response to Avi Mintz PDF
Eric Bredo 493-496
The Janus Face of Autism: As the “Between” in Arendt’s Conception of Thinking PDF
Glenn M. Hudak 497-507
Thinking about Autism and Education: A response to Glenn Hudak PDF
Kevin McDonough 508-512
Time, Thinking, and the Experience of Philosophy in School PDF
Walter Omar Kohan 513-521
Time and Sensibility: Beyond Thinking as Cognition: A response to Walter Omar Kohan PDF
Guoping Zhao 522-525
Thinking in the Gap: Hannah Arendt and the Prospects for a Postsecular Philosophy of Education PDF
David J. Wolken 526-536
Deliberative Religiosity: Practising a Postsecular Philosophy of Education: A response to David Wolken PDF
David Lewin 537-541
Political Theology and Teacher Authority: A Trinitarian Alternative? PDF
Samuel D. Rocha 542-551
Public Thinking in the Gap Between Past and Future: Fieldwork as Philosophy PDF
Rachel Wahl 552-563
Philosophy of Education: What’s It Good For? A response to Rachel Wahl PDF
Paula McAvoy 564-567
Putting the World in Peril: A Deweyan Aesthetic of Crisis in Social Justice Education PDF
Peter J. Nelsen 568-577
From Aesthetic Crisis to Consummation in Social Justice Education: A response to Peter J. Nelsen PDF
Jane Blanken-Webb 578-581
Remembering Otherwise: History and Citizenship Education of Shared Fates PDF
Sarah J. DesRoches 582-592
Bridging Unjust Divides: revisiting education for shared fate citizenship: A response to Sarah J. DesRoches PDF
Sigal Ben-Porath 593-596


ISSN: 8756-6575