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Volume 69 - 2013


Only Connect: Collaborations and Interdisciplinarity in Philosophy of Education - Cris Mayo


“So Open It Hurts”: Enabling “Therefore, We Can …” in the Dangerous Secure World of Education - Barbara S. Stengel

Commercialism, Fear, and a “Tragic Sense of Life” - Deron Boyles

Difference, Power, and the Limits of Openness - Lisa Weems


A World Without Pretense? Honest and Dishonest Signaling in Social Life - Ruth Leys

The Need for a Biopolitics of Scientific Discourses on Emotion and Affect - Megan Boler


The Politics of Unknowing and the Virtues of Ignorance: Toward a Pedagogy of Epistemic Vulnerability - Jennifer Logue

On Epistemic Vulnerability and Open-mindedness - Ann Chinnery

Teaching Controversy in Moral Education: A Critique of the Epistemic Criterion - Amato Nocera

Student Engagement and Controversial Issues in Schools - Dianne Gereluk

Witnessing Across Wounds: Toward a Relational Ethic of Healing - Mary Jo Hinsdale

A View from the Other Side: Being Witnessed - Kanako Ide


Perceived Questionability and the Phenomenology of Critical Disposition - Daniel Fisherman

The Perception of Questionability: Epistemic Warrant, Given Experience, or Conceptual Rationality? - Christopher Martin

Exceeding Thought: Standing on Tiptoe Between the Private and the Public - Naoko Saito

On the Gap Between Philosophy of Friendship and Political Philosophy - Krassimir Stojanov

Incarnate Reading: A Cerebralist, Cows, Cannibals and Back Again - Samuel D. Rocha

Writing, Teaching: Making an Offering - Eduardo M. Duarte

Education as Initiation Revisited: General Rituals and the Passage to Adulthood - Leonard Waks

Footnotes to R.S. Peters - Oluremi Ayodele-Bamisaiye

Physicians in Philosophy of Education: From Cameo Appearance to Leading Role - Claudia W. Ruitenberg

A New Situation: Philosophy of Education and Medical Education - Natasha Levinson

“To Give an Example Is a Complex Act”: Educational Intelligibility and Agamben’s Paradigm - Harvey Shapiro

To Make Agamben Intelligible Within Educational Thought - Carl Anders Säfström

Theorizing Teacher Dispositions from Kantian Perspectives on Practical Reason and Judgment - Darron Kelly

Are Kant and Habermas Useful for a Project of Character Development? - Guoping Zhao

Alphabetization as Emancipatory Practice: Freire, Rancière, and Critical Pedagogy - Joris Vlieghe

Criticality Without Guarantees: Reading Critical Pedagogy Strongly Through Freire and Rancière - Awad Ibrahim

Open-Mindedness: An Epistemic Virtue Motivated by Love of Truth and Understanding - Rebecca M. Taylor

Open-Mindedness - Emily Robertson

Rethinking Climate Change and Intra- and Inter-generational Justice in the Global Age: A Deweyan Perspective - Huey-li Li

The Ecological Danger of Compromise - Sean Blenkinsop

Being on One’s Way: Place, Technology, and the Moral Commodification of Education - Paul Farber, Dini Metro-Roland

Being as One’s Way - David Lewin

Justice and American Indian Education: A Reconciliation Approach - John Hopkins

Reconciliation, Justice, and Indigenous Education - Kevin McDonough

Curriculum and the Conscience of Parents - Sarah Stitzlein

Clearing Conscience - Lauren Bialystok

Neuroscience, Education, and a Radical Embodiment Model of Mind and Cognition - Clarence W. Joldersma

How We Model Educational Embodiment: Practical Considerations and a Theoretical Proposal - Mark J. Keitges

Education, Faith, and Despair: Wrestling with Kierkegaard - Peter Roberts

Kierkegaard or Sisyphus? Education’s Meliorative Despair - Kip Kline

Beyond the Law: Released Time Policies and the Evangelical Movement in U.S. Public Schools - Suzanne Rosenblith, Benjamin Bindewald

Easing Concerns Over Religious Release Time Through Deliberative Civics Education - Jarrod Hanson

Idolaters, Iconoclasts, and Iconophiles: The Productive Ideal and Philosophy of Education - Alexander M. Sidorkin

Idolatry, Happiness, and the Pursuit of the Educational Ideal - Winston C. Thompson

What Technology Reveals: Countering Binaries and Moving Toward the In-Between - Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer

What Technology Reveals: Efficiency Mindsets and Dromocratic Culture - David I. Waddington

How Mothers Divide the Apple Pie: Maternal and Civic Thinking in the Age of Neoliberalism - Amy B. Shuffelton

Shuffelton’s Prolegomenon on Educating Mothers - Susan Laird

Studied Perception and a Phenomenology of Bodily Gesturality - Tyson E. Lewis

Sensuous Abstraction as Aesthetic Wonder: Reframing Lewis’s Analysis of Studied Perception - Laura DeSisto

They Don’t Not Want Babies: Globalizing Philosophy of Education and the Social Imaginary of International Development - Liz Jackson

“Missing the Adventure” in International Development - Pradeep A. Dhillon

Philosopher, Know Thyself: Metaphilosophical and Methodological Reflection in Philosophy of Education as Requisite for Successful Interdisciplinarity - David Meens

Methodological Reflection and New Creative Moments in Educational Philosophy - Gregory N. Bourassa

Contiguous Autism and Philosophical Advocacy: Socialization, Subjectification, and the Onus of Responsibility - Glenn M. Hudak

The Gap Between Identity and Subjectivity: Philosophical Advocacy and the Question of Education - Gert Biesta

Ignorance as a Resource for Social Justice Education? - Barbara Applebaum

Relations and Uncertainty - Cris Mayo

Brain Matters: An Argument for Neuropragmatism and Schooling - Deron Boyles

Forestalling the Mereological Fallacy - Jim Garrison

Economies of Childcare, Debates Over Matter, and the Discursive Illegitimacy of an Educational Philosophy of the Nursery: Re-reading Irigaray after Butler - Zelia Gregoriou

The Nursery and Biopolitics of Care - Denise Egéa-Kuehne

Boredom, Contemplation, and Liberation - Kevin Hood Gary

Deweyan Aesthetics for Connection, Continuity, and Liberation - Deborah Seltzer-Kelly

Michel Foucault on René Magritte: Embracing the Treason of What We Teach - Charles Bingham, Jason Careiro, Antew Dejene, Alma Krilic, Emily Sadowski

Embracing Materiality - Jane Blanken-Webb

On Equality versus Adequacy: Principles and Normative Frameworks - Kenneth Howe

Is Adequacy Adequate? - Michael S. Merry

Problems with Generalization in Education Research, Their Consequences, and Their Implications - Jeffrey Pocock

Generalization, Justification, and the Waywardness of Teaching - Trent Davis

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