Volume 73

Philosophy of Education 2017

 

Contents

 

i / Editorial Committee

 

ix / Preface

 

 

Introduction

 

xi / Making Sense of Humanity in a Posthumanist Age

Ann Chinnery

 

Presidential Essay

 

1 / Pulled Up Short: Exposing White Privilege

Deborah Kerdeman

 

19 / From Being “Pulled up Short” to Being “Woke”: The Praxis of Critical Consciousness

Ronald David Glass

 

26 / Teaching as a Hermeneutic Calling

Chris Higgins

 

 

Distinguished Invited Essay

 

33 / Historical Understanding and “The Blemish of Extraordinary Moral Legacies”

Georgia Warnke

 

57 / Philosophy and Its Discontents or How Strange Fruit Became Familiar

Kal Alston

 

 

 

 

Featured Essays

 

65 / Raising a Human: An Arendtian Inquiry into Child-rearing in a Technological Era

Stephanie Mackler

 

78 / Arendtian Inquiry, Philosophical Method and Parental Responsibility

Natasha Levinson

 

82 / Educating Cyborgs

Ben Kotzee

 

101 / Cyborgs Forever

Alexander M. Sidorkin

 

107 / Gabriel Marcel and the Possibility of Non-anthropocentric Hope in Environmental Education

Oded Zipory

 

122 / Can Marcel’s hope in mystery really get us to a non-anthropocentric relation to non-human nature in environmental education?

Clarence W. Joldersma

 

 

Essays

 

127 / Radical Discussions: Agonistic Democratic Education

David I. Backer

 

144 / Radical Discussions/Radical Subjectivities

Sarah J. DesRoches

 

149 / Ethical Scholarship and Information Overload: On the Virtue of Slowing Down

Kathy Hytten

 

162 / Enjoying the Wood Paths

Cristina Cammarano

 

168 / Representation and the Pedagogical Reduction of the World

David Lewin

 

182 / The Resonance of Picasso’s Guitar

Eduardo Duarte

 

188 / Between Games and Play: John Dewey and the Child-Centered Pedagogues

Aaron Schutz

 

203 / Opposing Dualism and Remembering Responsibility

Eric Bredo

 

207 / A Modest Proposal to Address Burden Shifting in Public Schools

Suzanne Rosenblith

 

220 / Legal and Moral Analyses of Educator’s Obligations

Winston C. Thompson

 

225 / Capability and the Obligation of Effective Power: The Global Promotion of Democratic Education for All

Tony DeCesare

 

240 / On Capability and the Obligation of Effective Power

J. C. Blokhuis

 

245 / Queer Replication: Viral Gifts in the 21st Century

Adam J. Greteman

 

259 / “και ίάσασθαι τήν φύσιν τήν άνθρωπίνην”[and curing human nature]: Feminist Countergifts to Bareback and the  Critique of Education as Prophylaxis

Zelia Gregoriou

 

264 / Fabricating The Posthuman Child In Early Childhood Education and Care

Therese Lindgren & Magdalena Sjöstrand Öhrfelt

 

277 / Why Posthumanism Now?

Amy Shuffelton

 

281 / Initiating Children in Language and World: Learning from Dogtooth

Stefan Ramaekers & Naomi Hodgson

 

296 / On Pinning Down a Wor(l)d

Lauren Bialystok

 

302 / The Cheerful Robots of Academia: Intellectual Craftsmanship and the Neoliberal University

J. Todd Ormsbee

 

316 / The Corporate University Killed the Intellectual Craft

Deron Boyles

 

321 / Rethinking Vulnerability in the Age of Anthropocene

Huey-li Li

 

336 / Education for Digital Citizenship

Dan Mamlok and Kathleen Knight Abowitz

 

351 / Capital vs Technology: Are We Shaped by the Device or the Debate?

Trevor Norris

 

356 / R.S. Peters and Posthumanist Ecological Identity

James R. Bigari

 

370 / Becoming an Ecological Self through Contemplative Ways

Heesoon Bai

 

375 / Cultivating Childhood Friendships as an Educative Aim: Virginia Woolf’s Non-Humanist, Humanist Challenge to Philosophers of Education

Stephanie A. Burdick-Shepherd

 

388 / Taking on Woolf’s Non-Humanist, Humanist Challenge

Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon

 

392 / The Unexpected Alignment of Progressive Ideals and the Commercialization of Education in Entrepreneurial Learning

Johan Dahlbeck & Peter Lilja

 

406 / Entrepreneurial Education and Economic Progress

Rebecca M. Taylor

 

411 / Education for Civil Society

Hugh Sockett

 

425 / Civil Society and the Priority of Educational Aims

Randall Curren

 

431 / Excellent Sheep or Wild Ducks? Reclaiming the Humanities for Beautiful Knowledge

Naoko Saito

 

446 / Beyond Beautiful Knowledge: Reclaiming the Humanities for the Humanity to Come

Marina Schwimmer

 

450 / Trolling Toward the Human: Cyber Artifacts, Social Justice, and a Queering of Intercorporeality

Matthew Thomas-Reid

 

464 / Starve a Troll: Teaching and Learning in Contexts of Anti-pedagogical Provocation

Cris Mayo

 

468 / To Be at Home: Including Each Human in the Classroom

Cara Furman

 

483 / The Power of Home, and the Home of Power

Ashley Taylor

 

488 / Lyotard and the Sublime Unconscious of Education: Communicative Capitalism and Aesthetics

Derek R. Ford & Tyson E. Lewis

 

502 / Beyond the Sublime, Back to Responsiveness

Paul Smeyers

507 / Holding the Pieces: Pedagogy Beyond Disruptive Environmental Education

David Chang

 

521 / Deep Ecology and Disruptive Environmental Education

Bradley Rowe

 

527 / Barefoot in the Kitchen: New Materialism, Education, and Reproductive Labor

Claudia W. Ruitenberg

 

541 / Starving to Death: Reproductive Labor as Ecological-Political Learning

Susan Laird

 

546 / Precarious Meritocracy: On the Affective Structure of Merit in Education

Liz Jackson & Charles Bingham

 

560 / A Meditation on Merit

Barbara S. Stengel

 

565 / Modern Science, Philosophical Naturalism, and a De-Trivializing of Human Nature

Koichiro Misawa

 

579 / Human Nature and Second Nature

Tone Kvernbekk

 

585 / Freedom & Flourishing in a Posthumanist Age: More-Than-Human Being in Revolt

Sean Blenkinsop, Marcus Morse & Michael De Danann Datura

 

598 / The “Discourse of Invasive Species”: Another Consideration for the Rebel Teacher

Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer

 

603 / Learning from Our Enemies: Human Nature, Democratic Conflict, and the Risks of Dialogue

Rachel Wahl

 

617 / Bridging Divides or Deepening Them? Dialogue under Conditions of Social Injustice

Barbara Applebaum

 

623 / Reconciliatory Empathy Amidst Wild Emotions: Gandhian Nonviolence and Dewey’s Conception of Growth

Peter Nelsen

 

635 / Reconciliatory Empathy and Tiffany Trump in My Classroom

Susan Verducci

 

640 / Telepresence and the Posthuman: Pedagogical Tact and the Limits of Representability

Norm Friesen

 

656 / With Humanism Like This, Who Needs Posthumanism?

Samuel D. Rocha