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Volume 67 - 2011


Good Questions and the Public Conversation - Robert Kunzmanxi


Patriotism Without Bad Faith - Eamonn Callan

The Fragility of Patriotism - M. Victoria Costa


Here's to All the Cheaters - Charles Bingham, Alma Krilic

On Cheating and Education: The Mistaken Identity of the Easily Discernible - Luise Prior McCarty

The Empty Chair: Education in an Ethic of Hospitality - Claudia W. Ruitenberg

Empty Chair, Empty Boat - Claudia Eppert

Friends, Foes, and Nel Noddings on Liberal Education - Daniel R. DeNicola

Renewing a Declining Tradition - Nel Noddings


Critique of Critique: On Suspending Judgment and Making Judgment - Barbara Applebaum

Suspending Judgment Altogether: Butler, Limit-Experience and Critical Education - Joris Vlieghe

Multicultural Teacher Education: Developing a Hermeneutic Disposition - Adrienne Pickett, J.G. York

Hermeneutics and Resistance: Multicultural Teacher Education Reconsidered - Mordechai Gordon

On the Ethics of Teacher–Student Friendships - Amy Shuffelton

Friends with Beneficence: Asymmetry and Teacher Identity - James Stillwaggon

Is Democratic Mathematics Tracking Possible? Paul Ernest’s Differentiated Curriculum - Erin Wilding-Martin

Good Reasons for Holding the Eighth-Grade “Algebra for All” Policy Is Not (Comparatively) Justifiable - Frederick S. Ellett, Jr.

Perception, Context, and Silence: Reading John Dewey While Listening to John Cage - Peter J. Nelsen

Participating in Silence - Nakia S. Pope

Religious Education and the Floodgates of Impartiality - John Tillson

Presumptions of Worth and Pedagogical Imperatives - Suzanne Rosenblith

On History Education and the Moral Demands of Remembrance - Ann Chinnery

The Role of Understanding in Meeting the Moral Demands of Remembrance - Emily Robertson

Responsive Mentorship - Mary Jo Hinsdale

Intellectual Conversation - Kathy Hytten

“Uncivilizing” the Social Justice Classroom: Civility and Emotion in Critical Thinking - Sally J. Sayles-Hannon

Employing Emotion to Improve Thinking and Alleviate Inequality - Sarah M. Stitzlein

The Promise and Limits of Online Learning: Reexamining Authority in the Classroom - Paul Farber, Dini Metro-Roland

In Defense of Multiple Learning Spaces - Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer

Standardized Quantitative Learning Assessments and High Stakes Testing: Throwing Learning Down the Assessment Drain - Matthew J. Hayden

Interpreting Student Responses in High Stakes Standardized Quantitative Learning Assessment - Andrew J. Davis

Dialogue and Its Discontents: The Cognitive and Hermeneutic Forms of Dialogue - Shilpi Sinha

Reconsidering the Transformative Potential of Dialogue - Rebecca Taylor

Pedagogy of “Midwifery” for Self-Knowledge: Meeting Confucius and Socrates - Rosa Hong Chen

Self-Knowledge and Teaching in Confucius and Plato - Barry Bull

The Equality of Difference: A Phenomenological Ontology for Disability and Education - Michael Surbaugh

On the Commerce of Disability and the Advocacy of Philosophy for Educators - Glenn M. Hudak 

Two Versions of the Capability Approach and Their Respective Implications for Democratic Education - Tony DeCesare

When to List, Who Should List, and How: The Capabilities Approach, Democratic Education, and Inclusion - Ashley Taylor

Relational Self, Nel Noddings’s and Emmanuel Levinas’s Ethics, and Education - Guoping Zhao

The Question of Ethical Citizenship - Natasha Levinson

The Poetics of Learning: Whitehead and Agamben on Rhythm - Tyson E. Lewis

Is Impotence the Answer? - Jane Blanken-Webb

“For Credibility’s Sake Let’s Start with the Bad News”: A Pessimistic Pedagogy in the Age of Spectacle - Trent Davis

An Optimistic Take on Pessimistic Pedagogy - David I. Waddington

Addressing Students Responsively and Critically - Frank Margonis

Doomed to Act: Why Postmodern Education May Be Impossible, Not Just (Im)possible - Alexander M. Sidorkin

Reconsidering Dewey in a Culture of Consumerism: A Rousseauean Critique - Grace Roosevelt

Rousseau, Consumerism, and Rearing the Twenty-First-Century Achilles - Avi I. Mintz

Okay, Well How About Applied Liberal Education? Making a Case for the Humanities Through Medical Education - Christopher Martin

Applied Liberal Education: Making the Case or Muddying the Waters? - Chris Hanks

Integrity and Identity: Judgment and the Moral Self - John F. Covaleskie

Integrity’s Identity - Suzanne Rice, Kevin Hinegardner

When Philosophies Collide: Dewey and Oakeshott on Politics and Education - Francis Schrag

Getting Beyond the Intellectual Comfort Zone - Eric Bredo

Environmental Education, Wicked Problems, and Virtue - Matt Ferkany, Kyle Powys Whyte

Stakeholders, Compromise, and the Ethically Wicked - Sean Blenkinsop

Cultivating the Philosophical Imagination: Experiencing the Limits of Language with Wittgenstein, Foucault, and Habermas - Kristopher Holland, David Phelps

Exploring the Limits of Participatory Simulations - Shelby Sheppard

Transcendence, Revelation, and the Constructivist Classroom: Or, In Praise of Teaching - Gert Biesta

Transcending “Transcendence”: From Freedom to Fidelity, from Adios to A Dios - Samuel D. Rocha

Teaching and Translation - Chris Higgins, Nicholas C. Burbules

Fusing and Defusing Horizons in Teaching and Translation - Harvey Shapiro

Can Perfectionism Withstand the Acknowledgment of Slavery? - Jeff Frank

A Postcolonial Pragmatist Response to Cavell’s Perfectionism - Deborah Seltzer-Kelly

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