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Volume 63 - 2007


Introduction: Artists in Dialogue - Barbara S. Stengel


Food for Coeducational Thought - Susan Laird

Response: Addiction and Mood Disorder in the Fast Food University - Al Neiman

Response: Cooking Toward a Transformation of Glocal Foodways - Huey-li Li


Self-Knowledge and Its Discontents - Richard Shusterman

Response: The Locus of Self - Kal Alston

Response: Who Is There? Finding the Other in the Self - Gert Biesta


Disruptions of Desire: From Androgynes to Genderqueer - Cris Mayo

Response: How Curious Are We About Desire? - Ann Diller

A Relational Ethic of Solidarity? - Frank Margonis

Response: Limits and Pitfalls of Freire's Ethic of Solidarity - Denise Egea-Kuehne

Is Schooling a Consumer Good? A Case Against School Choice, But Not the One You Had in Mind - Alexander M. Sidorkin

Response: Education, Incentives, and Paths to Adulthood - Charles Howell


The Midwife as Matchmaker: Socrates and Relational Pedagogy - Avi Mintz

Response: The Relation of No Relation, and Relational Activism - Charles Bingham

Learning (and Leaving) the Comforts of Home: A Radical Pedagogy of Homeplace - Helen Marie Anderson

Response: Mapping a Terrain for Homeplace - Susan Douglas Franzosa

The Logic of Objectivity: Reflections on the Priority of Inference - Karim Dharamsi

Response: Inferentialism Goes to School - Randall Curren

Competing Conceptions of Caring and Teaching Ethics to Prospective Teachers - Michael S. Katz

Response: Philosophy and Film in a Dialogue on Care - Megan Laverty

"Our Education Is Sadly Neglected": Reading, Translating, and the Politics of Interpretation - Naoko Saito

Response: Philosophical Reading In/Sight - Linda K. Shadiow

Kierkegaard and Liberal Education as a Way of Life - Kevin Gary

Response: Liberal Education and a Way of Life - James D. Marshall

Consuming Schooling: Education as Simulation - Trevor Norris

Response: Hierarchies of Knowledge, Negated Agency, and Competing Realisms? - Deron Boyles

Unseen Teachers and the Limits of Diversity - Robert E. Roemer

Response: Struggling over Differences in Schools - Suzanne Rice

Character Education: The Priority of Philosophy to Procedure - Jon Fennell

Response: Character Education in Pluralistic Democracies: Can (Political) Liberals Teach Civic Virtue? - Daniel Vokey

What Is Your Philosophical Disposition? Standard X: The Teacher Has Developed an In-Depth Foundational Philosophy Ames T. Browne III

Response: Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions: Do I Need a Philosophy of Education, Too? - John F. Covaleskie

Educating for Meaning in an Era of Banality - Stephanie A. Mackler

Response: Learning to Think - Kathy Hytten

Aporia and Humility: Virtues of Democracy - Karen Sihra

Response: Learning in Humility - A.G. Rud

An Argument Against Sight-Lovers: Knowledge and Belief in Republic V - David Diener

Response: "Would He Not Get His Eyes Full of Darkness?" Objectivity in Republic V and VII - James Stillwaggon

The Great Indoctrination Re-construction Project: The Discourse on Indoctrination as a Legacy of Liberalism - James C. Lang

Response: Indoctrination Reconceived: Religious Knowledge and Liberal Education - Suzanne Rosenblith

Discourse, Theatrical Performance, Agency: The Analytic Force of "Performativity" in Education - Claudia W. Ruitenberg

Response: Sedimentation and Embodiment in Theorizing Performativity - Lisa Weems

MySpace Friends and the Kingdom of Ends - Kalynne Hackney Pudner

Response: Can Kant Save Us from the Wild, Wild Net? -James S. Dwight

Revolutionary Leadership/Revolutionary Pedagogy: Reevaluating the Links and Disjunctions Between Lukacs and Freire - Tyson Edward Lewis

Response: Don't We Relate? Resources for Organization in Marxist Pedagogy - Mark Brenneman

Holding Teachers Accountable for Indoctrination: A Reexamination of I.A. Snook's Notion of "Intent" - Barbara A. Peterson

Response: Intention Is Not Enough - Brian Burtt

Philosophy of Education and the Contested Nature of Empirical Research: A Rejoinder to D.C. Phillips - Emery J. Hyslop-Margison, M. Ayaz Naseem

Response: Getting It Wrong from the Beginning: But Maybe (Just Maybe) It's a Start - D.C. Phillips

Should Blame Be Part of the Education of Character? - Lynda Stone

Response: Character Education and the Philosophy of Blame - Dan W. Butin

Engaging Student Disengagement: Resistance or Disagreement? - Barbara Applebaum

Response: Engaging Student Disengagement - Mordechai Gordon

Teaching as Asceticism: Transforming the Self Through the Practice - Darryl M. De Marzio

Response: Ascetic Practice and Teaching as Service: A Feminist View - Deborah Kerdeman

The Significance of Finding a Witness in Liberatory Education - Martha J. Ritter

Response: Attending Witness - Paul Farber

Democracy Without Ideology? - Greg Seals

Response: Ideology and Educational Argument - James M. Giarelli

Postsecondary Schooling/Education for All - Francis Schrag

Response: Deschooling Adults - Heather Voke

Must "Real Men" Have Sick Souls? - Charles Joseph Meinhart

Response: Being Twice-Born - Jim Garrison

Autonomy, Identity, and the Role of Narrative: Another Look at Commodity Fetishism - Peter Giampietro

Response: How Schools Inhibit the Autonomy of the Middle Class - Michael S. Merry

Meaning, Mind, and Knowledge: A Pragmatic View - Christine L. McCarthy

Response: Minding Meaning, Truth, and Knowledge as a Matter of Existential Concern - Heesoon Bai

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