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Volume 79 Issue 2

Table of Contents


 Philosophy at the End of the World - Terri S. Wilson 

 Educational Temptations at the End of the World -  Bryan Warnick 

 Educational Adaptations at the End of an Era  - Claudia W. Ruitenberg 

 Thinking With Death: An Educational Proposition in the Interest of Publicness  - Juliette Clara Bertoldo 

 “Staying with the Trouble” of Death  - Jessica Lussier 

 What Calls for Critical Pragmatism? An Introduction to Educational Wonder  - René V. Arcilla 

 Nurturing Wonder  - Kathy Hytten 

 In Praise of Not Knowing, Or Why We should Unknow More: Reflections on Knowing and Teaching Ignorance  - Jennifer Logue 

 Masking Cruelty with Ignorance  - Cris Mayo 

 Beyond Action and Cognition: The Role of Awareness and Emotion in Experiential Learning  - John E. Henning 

 Being “Beyond Action and Cognition”  - Jim Garrison 

 What Is Thinking Like?: Understanding and Evaluating Husserl and Heidegger’s Debate  - Rebecca Sullivan 

 Thinking as Fiction  - Samuel D. Rocha 

 Playing for the Socialization of Democracy: Reimagining Jane Addams’ Philosophy of Education  - Laura Camas 

 Addams Was Right, but Skinner Is Winning: Considering the Architecture of Contemporary Play  - Jessica Heybach 

 How Can Cultures Go Mad? John Dewey, Durable Habits, and the Limit-Experience of German Fascism - Aaron Schutz


 Dewey and the Issue of Change - Aline Nardo 

 Responding to Fascist Thought in Education: Resources for Anti-Fascist Pedagogy from Paulo Freire  - Silas Krabbe 

 The Rise of Fascist Discourses and a Critical Autonomous Education - Quentin Wheeler-Bell 

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