Philosophy of Education 2010

Editor: Gert Biesta, University of Stirling

Table of Contents

Volume Editors PDF


What’s the Use of Philosophy of Education? PDF
Gert Biesta xi-xiii

Presidential Essay

Listening at an Angle PDF
Audrey Thompson 1-10
Angles on Listening PDF
Deborah Kerdeman 11-14
Look Away, Dixieland PDF
Suzanne de Castell 15-19

Distinguished Invited Essay

Particularity, Epistemic Responsibility, and the Ecological Imaginary PDF
Lorraine Code 23-34
Who is the Teacher? Testimony, Uniqueness, and Responsibility PDF
Clarence W. Joldersma 35-38
Rumor and Relation PDF
Cris Mayo 39-42

Featured Essays

Can You Hear Me? Questioning Dialogue Across Differences of Ability PDF
Ashley Taylor 45-53
Power, Disability, and Democracy PDF
Mark E. Jonas 54-57
A Deweyan Approach to Integrity in an Age of Instrumental Rationality PDF
Peter J. Nelsen 58-66
Requirements for Integrity in an Era of Accountability PDF
Michael S. Katz 67-69
Tending Neocolonial Gaps PDF
Frank Margonis 70-78
Walking in a Minefield PDF
Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon 79-81


C.S. Peirce’s Rhetorical Turn: Prospects for Educational Theory and Research PDF
Torill Strand 85-92
“Giving You Something to Make You Wise.” A Peircian Joke About Teaching? PDF
Luise Prior McCarty 93-95
Broadening Education for Freedom PDF
Jarrod Hanson 96-104
Clarifying Education for Freedom PDF
Sarah M. Stitzlein 105-107
Producing Islands of Self-Mastery: The Biopolitics of Self-Determination in Special Education PDF
Michael Surbaugh 108-116
Me, Inc: Individualizing Education PDF
Trevor Norris 117-120
Care Ethics, John Dewey’s “Dramatic Rehearsal,” and Moral Education PDF
Maurice Hamington 121-128
Moral Education and the Dangers of Dramatic Rehearsal PDF
Kathy Hytten 129-132
Flawed Objections to Religious Pluralism: The Implications for Religious Education PDF
Andrew Davis 133-141
Religious Pluralism Reconsidered PDF
Karen Sihra 142-144
The Precarious Self: Schools and the Challenge of Climate Change PDF
Julian Edgoose 145-152
Experiencing Complexity and Retooling Understanding for Sustainability PDF
Sean Blenkinsop 153-155
The Moral Duties of Parenthood PDF
Charles Howell 156-164
Putting Parental Duties in Their Place: What About Children’s Rights? PDF
Anne Newman 165-167
Reconsidering Common Sense: Vico and Education PDF
F. Tony Carusi 168-176
Common Beliefs and Common Sense in Educational Policy and Practice PDF
Avi I. Mintz 177-179
Educational Epistemic Ecosystems: Re-visioning Educational Contexts on Lorraine Code’s Ecological Thinking PDF
James C. Lang 180-189
Epistemic Ecosystems or Epistemological Relativism PDF
Emery J. Hyslop-Margison 190-193
Choosing “The Ferry of Life”: On Moral Agency as a Mean in Education PDF
Rosa Hong Chen 194-201
Wisdom, Fate, and Moral Agency PDF
John Covaleskie 202-204
Lost Causes: Online Instruction and the Integrity of Presence PDF
Dini Metro-Roland, Paul Farber 205-213
On What Education Is For PDF
Paul Smeyers 214-216
Other Desires and Public Recognition: Re-reading Mayo’s Plato’s Aristophanes PDF
James Stillwaggon 217-224
Lewd Critique PDF
Cris Mayo 225-227
John Dewey, Interests, and Distinctive Schools of Choice PDF
Terri S. Wilson 228-236
John Dewey, Public School Reform, and the Narrowing of Educational Aims PDF
Josh Corngold 237-240
Liberal Education and Reading for Meaning PDF
Kevin Gary 241-249
Reading, Meaning, and Being PDF
Sam Rocha 250-252
No Child Left Behind, Or Each Human Person Drawn Forward? Arendt, Jaspers, and the Thinking-Through of a New, Universalizable Existential–Cosmopolitan Humanism PDF
Bruce Novak 253-261
Becoming a Subject of Thinking: Philosophers in Education PDF
Eduardo M. Duarte 262-265
Teaching Religion in Public Schools: A Critical Appraisal of Dewey’s Ideas on Religion and Education PDF
Walter Feinberg 266-274
Dewey on Religion in Public Schools PDF
James M. Giarelli 275-277
Are Schools Improvable? A Rumination on Positionality PDF
Alexander M. Sidorkin 278-285
Are Schools Deteriorating? Learning, Education, and the Problem of Scarcity PDF
Trent Davis 286-288
Dewey’s Spiritual Response to the Crisis of Late Modernity and Early Postmodernity PDF
Jim Garrison 289-296
The Idiosyncratic, Playing, and Rorty’s Brand of Philosophizing PDF
Glenn M. Hudak 297-299
The Contingency of Moral Education: Nabokov versus Rorty PDF
Herner Sæverot 300-307
Reading Lolita in the Classroom PDF
Chris Hanks 308-310
John Dewey’s Reception in “Schönian” Reflective Practice PDF
Harvey Shapiro 311-319
Beyond Familiar Territory: Developing the Deweyan Legacy PDF
David I. Waddington 320-322
When Projects of Critique Are Complicit with the Object of Their Critique: Enabling Whose Education? PDF
Barbara Applebaum 323-332
Reading Resistance Psychoanalytically PDF
Jennifer Logue 333-336
Welcoming Difference at the Limit of Tolerance Education PDF
Elisabet Langmann 337-345
Reconsidering Tolerance Education: Should We Recover Tolerance or Replace It with Hospitality? PDF
Winston C. Thompson 346-348
The “Veiling” Question: On the Demand for Visibility in Communicative Encounters in Education PDF
Sharon Todd 349-356
Facing the Veil in Education: Todd and the “Veiling” Question PDF
Denise Egéa-Kuehne 357-359
One Language, One World: The Common Measure of Education PDF
Paul Standish 360-368
Knowledge Transmission Is a Manner of Speaking PDF
Charles Bingham 369-371
Learning to Articulate: From Ethical Motivation to Political Demands PDF
Claudia W. Ruitenberg 372-380
On What Premises Do People Engage in Political Life? PDF
Carl Anders Säfström 381-383
Character Education and Citizenship Education: A Case of Cancerous Relationship PDF
Dwight Boyd 384-392
Unreasonable Views of Citizenship Education PDF
Kevin McDonough 393-396
“What Good Does All This Remembering Do, Anyway?” On Historical Consciousness and the Responsibility of Memory PDF
Ann Chinnery 397-405
On Living and Learning in Between the Past and the Future PDF
Huey-li Li 406-409

ISSN: 8756-6575