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Volume 49 - 1993

Presidential Address

Postmodernism, Pedagogy, and Philosophy of Education - Clive Beck 

Interpretation and the Postmodern Condition - Walter Feinberg

The Plays and Ploys of Postmodernism - Maxine Greene 

General Sessions 

Rationalist Hopes and Utopian Visions - Mark Weinstein 

Gimme that Old-Time Enlightenment Meta-Narrative - Harvey Siegel 

The Priority of the Particular in Practical Rationality - Karl Hostetler

On "The Priority of the Particular in Practical Rationality" - Suzanne de Castell 

Philosophy, Hermeneutics, Multiculturalism - Luise Prior McCarty 

The Boundaries of Multicultural Education - Deborah Kerdeman 

Concurrent Sessions 

First Concurrent Session 

Values: Linguistic Conjecture, Constructive Venture - Thomas F. Green 

Green's Objectivity: A Stance for Today? - Victor Worsfold 

Power Goes to School: Teachers, Students, and Discipline - John Covaleskie 

Overcoming Ambivalence About Foucault's Relevance for Education - Kevin McDonough 

Re-Embedding Community - Dilafruz R. Williams

The One and the Many in Politics and Education - Alven Neiman 

Second Concurrent Session

To Be Totally Frank ... Teaching the Complex Virtue of Honesty - Patricia White 

Speaking Candidly - Barbara Houston 

Encompassing Power - Joyce E. Bellous 

The Locus of Attention in Looking for Power - Paul Farber 

Salvaging Moral Progress - Lance Ternasky 

Scientific Progress and Moral Progress - Allen Pearson 

Third Concurrent Session 

Some Radical Consequences for Educational Research from a Wittgensteinian Point of View or Does Almost Anything Go? - Paul Smeyers

Wittgenstein, Smeyers, and Educational Research - Michael S. Katz 

Truth as a Communicative Virtue in a Postmodern Age: From Dewey to Rorty - Clinton Collins 

Snow is White If and Only If Snow is White - Paul Wagner 

Teaching in a Different Sense: Alcott's Marmee - Susan Laird 

Enriching Our Conception of Teaching - Stephen Preskill 

Fourth Concurrent Session

Dialoguing Across Difference: Three Hidden Barriers - James V. Garrison and Stephanie L. Kimball 

The Conversation Continues  - Suzanne Rice 

If Vocational Education Became Critical Work Education - Richard D. Lakes 

Critical Work Education and Democracy - Ronald Glass

The Chronometry of Thought: Wittgenstein and Critical Thinking - David Charles McCarty 

Thinking Critically Without Thinking - John McPeck 

Fifth Concurrent Session

Education as the Normative Dimension of Philosophical Hermeneutics - David Blacker 

Education and Philosophical Hermeneutics - James Giarelli 

Probabilistic Reasoning and Teaching for Critical Thinking - Christine McCarthy 

Teaching Probabilistic Reasoning - John Schmitz 

Can We Reach a Rapprochement Between Educational Criticism and Nurturance? - Ann Diller 

Criticizing with Care - Dwight Boyd 

Sixth Concurrent Session

Leftist Pedagogy and Enlightenment Faith - Frank Margonis 

Decolonizing Pedagogical Practice - Mary S. Leach 

Is Moral Leadership Possible? - Edward G. Rozycki 

Moral Leadership: Too Much of a Good Thing? - Bruce Suttle 

Conversation in Educational Practice and Research: Empirical Corrective or Narcissistic Pap? - Lynda Stone 

Conversation and the "Stoning" of Romanticism - Joe L. Green 

Seventh Concurrent Session 

A Criterion for the Imposition of Help: A Definition and Justification - Doret de Ruyter and Ben Spiecker 

Justifying Moral Justifications: Who Should Be the Judge? - Daniel Vokey 

Meaning-Construction and Habitus - John Scahill 

Habitus and Misrecognition - James Cunningham 

At What Price Individualism? The Education of Isabel Archer - Patricia Rohrer 

Who is Isabel Archer? - Betty Sichel 

Eighth Concurrent Session

When is a Singing School (Not) a Chorus? The Emancipatory Agenda in Feminist Pedagogy and Education - Deanne Bogdan 

One Sings, the Other Doesn't? - Georgia Johnson 

Rethinking Rationality: On Learning to Be Reasonable - Nicholas C. Burbules 

A Feminist Rethinking of Reasonableness: An Experiment in Translation - Wendy Kohli 

Conceptions of Competence - Paul Hager 

Ninth Concurrent Session 

Two Problems with Teacher Knowledge - Robert E. Orton

Is There a "Knowledge Base for Teaching?" - Robert Ennis 

Dangers, Possibilities: Ethico-Political Choices in the Work of Michel Foucault - Frank Pignatelli 

Dangerous Possibilities for Differently-Situated People in Foucault's Ethics - Maureen Ford 

The End of Justice: Global Justice and the Implications of Scarcity - Steven Mather 

The Beginning of Justice: Ending Global Education and the Assumption of Scarcity - Madhu Suri Prakash

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