Volume 74

PES Yearbook 2018

 

Contents

 

i / Editorial Committee

ii / Table of Contents

x / Preface

Introduction

xi / Editor’s Introduction

 

1 / Education as Destiny

René V. Arcilla

 

15 / Destiny and Self-Formation

Ann Chinnery

20 / Education as Destiny: A Reader’s Response

Jim Garrison

26 / Confounding Morality in Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

Robert Pippin

57 / Professions of Ignorance from the Pentagon to the Couch

Chris Higgins

64 / The Monstrosity of Parental Involvement: Formation through Reading in Shelley and Rousseau

Amy Shuffelton

77 / On the Necessary Dangers of Reading with Daughters

Stephanie Burdick-Shepherd

82 / The Paranoid Mind and Transcendence

Alexander M. Sidorkin

98 / From Toxic Paranoia to Charity’s Metanoia

Kevin Gary

 

105 / Sparta, Athens, and the Surprising Roots of Common Schooling

Avi I. Mintz

117 / Education for War, What’s It Good For?

Samantha Deane

122 / Educating the Feminine Voice in Philosophy

Naoko Saito

136 / Beyond Binaries: Reflections on the “Feminine Voice”  in Philosophy and Feminism

Jennifer Logue

 

140 / Measurement in Education: Its Lure and Liabilities

Francis Schrag

 

153 / An Ethics of Teaching and Learning Mathematics

Grace A. Chen

166 / Mathematics Education, Ethics, and the Limitations of Ethno-Mathematics

Dan Mamlok

171 / Facing the Perfect Stranger: Disrupting a Mythology of Innocence in Education and Beyond

Adi Burton

 

185 / Awakening Perfect Strangers

Frank Margonis

 

190 / Listen! Micro-aggressions, Epistemic Injustice and Whose Minds are Being Coddled?

Barbara Applebaum

203 / Everybody’s Crying Mercy When They Don’t Know the Meaning of the Word

Kal Alston

 

210 / Juxtapositional Pedagogy and Tending to Loss in James Baldwin’s and Raoul Peck’s I Am Not Your Negro

Mario Di Paolantonio & Lara Okihiro

 

223 / On the Moral Registers of Bearing Witness

David T. Hansen

 

229 / Plato’s Theaetetus: Formation Over Forms?

Deron Boyles

242 / Are Plato’s Characters Caricatures?

Avi I. Mintz

 

246 / Pedagogical Maturity: The Ontology of Teaching and Being Taught

Glenn M. Hudak

 

259 / A Response to “Pedagogical Maturity” by Glenn M. Hudak

Duck-Joo Kwak

 

264 / Relational Goods and Educational Justice

Jenn Dum

 

277 / On the Challenges of Removing Race from Relational Philosophies of Education

Troy A. Richardson

 

283 / Competing Pretenses: Using Irony to Move Beyond Aporia

Karl Joyner

 

296 / Among All Socratics, Is there a Single Socrates? Irony, Aporia, and the Cultivation of Courage

Seamus Mulryan

 

301 / Embodying Tact in Teaching: Ineluctable Ambivalence, Sensitivity, and Reserve

Norm Friesen

 

310 / Can One Teach Tact?

Tyson Lewis

 

315 / Becoming Classy: In Search of Class Theory  in Philosophy of Education

Liz Jackson

 

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333 / Is Deweyan Growth Egalitarian? Learning as Reciprocal Transparency

Nicolas Tanchuk

 

346 / Deweyan Growth, Egalitarianism, and Rawls: Connections and Clarifications

Winston C. Thompson

 

351 / Invitation to Virtue Epistemologists:  Epistemic Goal of Education Revisited

Ka Ya Lee

 

367 / An Epistemic Approach to Human Flourishing: What Should We Talk About When We Talk About the Epistemology of Education?

Saori Hori

 

371 / “Ser Mais”: The Personalism of Paulo Freire

Samuel D. Rocha

 

385 / On Translating Ser Mais in Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Tomas Rocha

 

391 / Can Education Be Rid of Clichés?

Oded Zipory

 

404 / Clichés and (Other) Crimes Against Humanity

Stephanie Mackler

 

409 / Depoliticizing Sex Education: Capitalism and the Limits of the Liberal Discourse on Sex Education

Caitlin Howlett & Quentin Wheeler-Bell

 

424 / Material Differences: Sexualities and Genders Beyond Class

Cris Mayo

 

429 / Stopping Time to Attend as a Care of the Teaching Self

Cara Furman

 

442 / Ethical Intersubjectivity as Ground for Teacher Self-care

Clarence W. Joldersma

 

446 / Monastic Asceticism as Formation for a Distracted, “Disciplinary” Age

Brett Bertucio

 

461 / On Desire, Discipline, and Becoming Human

Fernando M. Murillo

 

466 / Humans Raising Humans? Technology, Community, and the Depoliticization of Parents

Stefan Ramaekers & Naomi Hodgson

 

 

481 / Positional Goods and Social Benefits: A Plea for Altruism

Hugh Sockett

 

494 / A Fundamental Challenge?

John Fantuzzo

 

499 / Between the Letter and Spirit: Religion, Reduction, and Poetic Formation

David Lewin

 

512 / On the Question of Reduction in (Poetic) Language

Oded Zipory

 

517 / Tolerance and Free Speech in Education:  A Habermasian Perspective

Guoping Zhao & Benjamin J. Bindewald

 

531 / Balancing Goods, Intellectual Honesty, and Transcendent Principles

Rachel Wahl

 

536 /Those Who Can’t: Fantasy, Reality, and the Teacher’s Art

Charles Bingham

 

550 / Improvising on the Blue Guitar

Susan Verducci

 

556 / Democracy Beyond the Mirror: A Lacanian Perspective

K. Daniel Cho

 

570 / The Beauty of the Humanities: A Response to Daniel Cho’s “Democracy Beyond the Mirror: A Lacanian Perspective”

Rachel Longa

 

575 / Refusing the Test: Youth Activism and the Right to Opt Out of State Assessments

Terri S. Wilson

 

588 / Rights Talk, Redux

J.C. Blokhuis

 

593 / Bildung as Formation of Mindedness in Hegel’s Philosophy

Krassimir Stojanov

 

608 / On the Free Will that the Free Will Wills

Robbie McClintock

 

615 / Wrong Place, Wrong Time: The Ignorant Schoolmaster Comes to America

David I. Waddington

 

629 /Ignorance of Inequality: A Response to David Waddington

Jessica Davis

634 / Sweetness Follows: Notes on the Pedagogy of Critique in a Philosophy of Education Course

Cristina Cammarano

646 / Critique as Situated Practice: Implications for Pedagogy

Deborah Kerdeman

 

651 / Risky Receptivity in the Time of Trump: The Political Significance of Ethical Formation

Rachel Wahl

 

664 / Receptivity and Responsibility

Barbara S. Stengel

 

669 / Dewey, Aristotle, and Education as Completion

William B. Cochran

 

683 / What Has Athens To Do With Chicago?

Emily G. Wenneborg

 

688 / Prioritarian Educational Justice: An Ethical Problem for Charter Schools?

Kirsten Welch

 

700 / Resisting Deficit Ideology while Supporting High Commitment Charter Schools

Suzanne Rosenblith

 

705 / Social Media and Campus Community:  A Deweyan Consideration

Ana M. Martínez-Alemán

 

719 / The “Educative Potential” of 21st Century Technologies

Craig A. Cunningham

725 / Education as Formation: Bildung, Equality and the Book of Genesis

Gad Marcus

 

734 / The Humility of God, the Creator Who Educates

Samuel D. Rocha

 

739 / Achieving Maturity: Gadamer, Polanyi, and Coming to Age

Jon Fennell

752 / “An authority that is nameless”: Learned Prejudice and the Problem of Agency in Gadamer

James Stillwaggon