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Volume 48 - 1992 

Presidential Address

Excellence as a Guide to Educational Conversation - Nel Noddings 

Response to "Excellence as a Guide to Educational Conversation" - Barbara Arnstine 

General Sessions

Pluralism for Education: An Ethics of Care Perspective - Ann Diller 

Radicalizing Pluralism - Audrey Thompson 

Communicative Virtues and Educational Relations - Suzanne Rice and Nicholas C. Burbules 

Against Polemics, For Disarming Communication - René Vincente Arcilla 

Bachelors, Buckyballs, and Ganders: Seeking Analogues for Definitions of "Critical Thinking" - Stephen P. Norris 

Underlying Traits of Critical Thinkers: A Response to Stephen Norris 

Why Be Critical?  (or Rational, or Moral?) The Justification of Critical Thinking - Christine McCarthy 

The Justification of Critical Thinking: A Response to McCarthy - John McPeck 

On Defining Critical Thinker and Justifying Critical Thinking - Harvey Siegel 

Critical Thinking: What Is It? - Robert Ennis 

Concurrent Sessions 

First Concurrent Session

Educating Ethical Behavior: Aristotle's Views on Akrasia - Deborah Kerdeman 

Akrasia and Education: A Response to Deborah Kerdeman - Shirley Pendlebury 

Disavowing Community - Lynda Stone 

Response to "Disavowing Community" - Maureen Stout 

Civic Virtue, Markets and Schooling: Lessons from Hegel's Educational State - David Blacker 

The Modern Quest for Civic Virtues: Issues of Identity and Alienation - Dilafruz R. Williams 

Second Concurrent Session 

The Myth of Easy Reading - Keith L. Raitz 

Beyond Comprehension: Why "Hard Reading" Is Too Easy - Deanne Bogdan and James Cunningham 

New Problems in Child-Centered Pedagogy - Frank Margonis 

On What We Really Care About in Child-Centeredness - Paul Smeyers 

Are Children's Rights Wrong Rights? - Barbara Houston 

On Children's Rights: A Response to Barbara Houston - Ronald David Glass 

Third Concurrent Session 

Wittgenstein on Agency and Ability: Consequences for Rationality and Criticalness - Walter C. Okshevsky 

Undoubted Truth - David Charles McCarty 

Dewey on the Pedagogy of Occupations: The Social Construction of the Hyper-Real - James Palermo 

Can Schools Provide the E-Ticket Ride? - Kal Alston 

Education and Thought in Virginia Woolf's To The Lighthouse - Betty A. Sichel 

Men and Women: Ball-in-Socket Story? - Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon 

The Power of the Right of Education - Robert D. Heslep 

Power, Rights and Education: A Tale of Two Traditions - James M. Giarelli 

Fourth Concurrent Session

Educational Ability and Social Justice: What Should the Relationship Be? - David P. Ericson and Frederick S. Ellett, Jr. 

Liberal Discourse and Ethical Pluralism: an Educational Agenda - Kenneth A. Strike 

The Creolization of Liberalism - Barry L. Bull 

The Morality of Niceness: Why Educators Have a Duty To Go Beyond Their "Obligations" - Bruce B. Suttle 

The Teacher As Hero: The Exploitation of Niceness - Kenneth Futernick 

Fifth Concurrent Session 

The Educator's Impossible Dream: Knowledge As An Educational Aim - Donald Arnstine

Dispositions of a Moving Target - Robert E. Young 

A Model for Liberal Education in a Scientific Society - Robert N. Carson 

Philosophers, Orators, and the Role of Science in Liberal Education - Emily E. Robertson

"Is The Personal Political?" Take Two: "Being Ones Self Is Always An Acquired Taste" - Mary S. Leach

Female Identity and Difference - Clive Beck 

Sixth Concurrent Session

Teacher Thinking, Teacher Change, and the "Capricious Seamstress" - Memory - Margret Buchmann

"Teacher Thinking, Teacher Change, and the 'Capricious Seamstress'" - A Response - Maxine Greene 

A Problem With Constructivist Epistemology - Michael R. Matthews 

On Castigating Constructivists - D.C. Phillips 

Solidarity and Moral Community - Karl Hostetler 

Deconstructing Solidarity: Or, A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to Unity - Wendy R. Kohli 

Seventh Concurrent Session 

MacIntyre and Bloom: Two Complementary Communitarians - Victor L. Worsfold 

MacIntyre and Rawls: Two Complementary Communitarians? - Daniel Vokey 

Taking Wittgenstein to School: Toward an Expressivist Account of Educational Development - David Hammond 

Response to Hammond's "Expressivist Account of Educational Development" - John Eisenberg 

En/Gendering Equity: Emancipatory Programs or Repressive "Regimes of Truth" - Suzanne de Castell and Mary Bryson 

"Engendering Equity..." - Kathryn Pauly Morgan 

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