The University as an Ethical Academy?
Talents and Distributive Justice
Bernard Stiegler and the Philosophy of Education
Trust and Schooling
Measuring Up in Education Philosophical Explorations for Justice and Democracy Within and Beyond Cultures of Measurement in Educational Systems
By Marek Tesar, Michael A. Peters, Liz Jackson
November 28, 2022
This book examines the importance, possibilities, and complexities of the university as an ethical academy. Universities may be seen as an evolving network of ethical systems that govern teaching, research, service, and administration. However, the university system is changing: adding new rules, ...
By Mitja Sardoč
September 05, 2022
For much of its history, the notion of talent has been associated with the idea of ‘careers open to talent’. Its emancipatory promise of upward social mobility has ultimately radically transformed the distribution of advantaged social positions and has had a lasting influence on the very idea of ...
By Mathias Decuypere, Pieter Vanden Broeck
December 15, 2021
This book aims to gain a better grasp of how education, both inside and outside school, is shaped by our understanding of time. Over the last decennia, both education and policymaking have undergone radical changes, transcending them far beyond the historical limits of the modern nation-state where...
By Marie-Élise Zovko, John M. Dillon
December 29, 2020
Bildung and Paideia examines traditional humanistic ideals in light of philosophical reflection on the need for education of the whole human being. The study of what it is to be human is traditionally the task of the humanities. In recent years, however, the humanities have been increasingly ...
By Joff P.N. Bradley, David Kennedy
March 09, 2021
This book is the first of its kind to critically examine the philosophy of Bernard Stiegler from the perspective of the philosophy of education. The editors of this book firmly believe that in the coming years Stiegler’s philosophy will assume increasing importance and influence in both digital ...
By Bruce Haynes
February 28, 2020
Unlike many current approaches, this book looks at trust relations in order to understand schooling and other social practices. Trust relations include both what an individual is prepared to trust in the circumstances, and what a competent practitioner in an evolving tradition should trust. It is ...
By Michael A. Peters, Marek Tesar, Liz Jackson, Tina Besley
March 05, 2020
Marking the fiftieth anniversary of the Educational Philosophy and Theory journal, this book brings together the work of over 200 international scholars, who seek to address the question: ‘What happened to postmodernism in educational theory after its alleged demise?’. Declarations of the ...
By Liz Jackson
October 08, 2019
This book critically considers what various Asian philosophies can contribute to a more substantive discourse on sustainability education and educational philosophy. The contributors examine how ‘east’ and ‘west’ interact in educational philosophy and practice in Asian contexts. As a collection, ...
By Ruyu Hung
November 14, 2019
This book provides exciting and significant inquiries into the cultivation of self in East Asian philosophy of education. The contributors to this volume are from different countries or areas in the world, but all share the same interest in exploring what it means to be human and how to cultivate ...
By Joff Bradley
February 17, 2020
As a bold provocation to reimagine what the philosophy of education might mean in the 21st century, this book responds to the exhaustion of present theoretical models and indeed the degradation of fabulative thought in its current prospectus. The contributors, from Asia, the Americas, and Europe, ...
By Steven Stolz, R. Scott Webster
October 08, 2019
Cultures of measurement are often considered to dominate educational practices, to the degree that, as Biesta (2010) has identified in Good Education in an Age of Measurement we no longer measure what we value, but rather we have become conditioned to value what is measured. A clear ...
By Mordechai Gordon, Andrea R. English
May 07, 2020
2016 marked the hundred-year anniversary of John Dewey’s seminal work Democracy and Education. This centennial presented philosophers and educators with an opportunity to reexamine and evaluate its impact on various aspects of education in democratic societies. This volume brings together some of ...