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Volume 55 - 1999


Introduction: Philosophy of Education at the Millennium - Randall Curren


The Value of Reason: Why Not a Sardine Can Opener? - Emily Robertson

Response: Who Thinks Like This? - Audrey Thompson

Response: Keep Hope Alive - James E. McClellan, Jr.


Caring versus the Philosophers - Michael Slote

Response: Two Concepts of Caring - Nel Noddings


Education, Punishment, and Responsibility - Charles Howell

Response: The Responsibility Theory of Punishment - Peter J. Markie

Making a Place for the Good in Educational Deliberations - Karl Hostetler

Response: Perfectionism and Neutrality - Kenneth A. Strike

Shared Values and Particular Identities in Anti-Racist Education - Lawrence Blum

Response: Moral Identities and Moral Ambiguity - Natasha Levinson

On the Socratic Method - Ignacio L. Gotz

Response: Pragmatism Rescues Socrates - Robert R. Sherman


Relational Pedagogy Without Foundations: Reconstructing the Work of Paulo Freire - Frank Margonis

Response: Re-Reading Paulo Freire - James M. Giarelli

Derrida's Le monolinguisme de l'autre: Linguistic Educational Rights - Denise Egea-Kuehne

Response: The Language of Indigenous Others: The Case of Maori in New Zealand - James D. Marshall

Moral Education for Contemporary Democracy - Victor L. Worsfold

Response: "Being Equal versus Becoming Equal: Some Tensions" - Stacy Smith

A Common Ground: How McDowell's Recourse to Hegelianism Indicates the Potential for a Rapprochement Between Philosophies of Mind and Education - E. James Cunningham

Response: Integrating Philosophies of Mind and of Education - Kenneth R. Westphal

Self-Expression - John Gingell

Response: Self-Expression: Problems of Expression, Problems of Self - Sharon Bailin

Girls Want to Walk in the Sun - Colette Gosselin

Response: The Ghosts of our Sisters: "Each Life Has Its Place" - Jaylynne N. Hutchinson

Shame and Moral Formation - John F. Covaleskie

Response: Thinking About Shame - Betty A. Sichel

Educating Gifted Children - Laura Purdy

Response: Justifying Education for the Gifted - Barry Bull

Is Teaching a Skill? - David Carr

Response: There are Skills and There are Skills - Allen T. Pearson

Teaching and the Sense of Tradition: A Nontraditionalist Perspective - David T. Hansen

Response: Teaching and its Traditions - Paul Farber

Organization Theory and Ethics - Eric Bredo

Response: Must Dewey Duel Dualisms Forever? - Gary D. Fenstermacher

Test Reliability: A Practical Exemplification of Ordinary Language Philosophy - Robert H. Ennis

Response: Trustworthiness and Consistency - Stephen P. Norris

Empathy and Morality - Susan Verducci

Response: The Role of Sympathy in Kant's Philosophy of Moral Education - Michael B. Mathias

Habermas, Arendt, and the Tension Between Authority and Democracy in Educational Standards: The Case of Teaching Reform - Aaron Schutz, Pamela A. Moss

Response: Re-engineering the Teaching Profession - Paul A. Wagner

Liberalism, Communitarianism, and Moral Education - Edward Sankowski

Response: Two Views of "Taking Community Seriously" - Jeffrey Douglas Jones

Constructivism, Knowledge, and Manipulation - Tapio Puolimatka

Response: The Two Essays of Tapio Puolimatka: A Double-Barreled Response - D.C. Phillips

On Good Authority or is Feminist Authority an Oxymoron? - Barbara Applebaum

Response: Shifting the Authority Project - Maureen Ford

Assessing Paul Ernest's Application of Social Constructivism to Mathematics and Mathematics Education - Dennis Lomas

Response: Social Constructivism and Mathematics Education: Some Comments - Michael R. Matthews

Caring as a Democratic Virtue - Maughn Gregory

Response: Caring as an Undemocratic Virtue - Daniel Vokey

Gender Disidentification: The Perils of the Post-Gender Condition - Cris Mayo

Response: Growing the Problem of "Sexual Harassment": Unintended Consequences - Suzanne Rice

Love, Jazz, and a Sense of the Holy: Conceptualizing the Teacher in Toni Morrison's Beloved - Jeffrey Ayala Milligan

Response: Reflections on "Love, Jazz, and a Sense of the Holy" - Maxine Greene

The Good, the Bad, and the Pedophile - Jan Steutel, Ben Spiecker

Response: Moral Education and the Limits of Virtue - Kristen A. Grace, Craig Vivian

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