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Past, present, and future possibilities for philosophy and history of education : finding space and time for research, Stefan Ramaekers, Naomi Hodgson, editors

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Past, present, and future possibilities for philosophy and history of education : finding space and time for research
Title
Past, present, and future possibilities for philosophy and history of education
Title remainder
finding space and time for research
Statement of responsibility
Stefan Ramaekers, Naomi Hodgson, editors
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
On the occasion of the retirement of Paul Smeyers, this book considers the state and status of the state of the philosophy and history of education today. Over the last 20 years, the conditions in which research takes place have changed considerably. They have done so in ways that are often less than favourable to disciplines such as history and philosophy of education, and the space and time for the practices that constitute these disciplines - of reading, of writing, of collegiality - is increasingly under pressure. During this time, the Research Community on the History and Philosophy of Educational Research has convened annually to bring its critical lenses to bear on these emergent conditions and to suggest ways that educational research might, or ought to, be done otherwise. As co-founder and co-convenor of the Research Community, this volume explores and recounts Paul Smeyers' development of Wittgensteinian scholarship and its legacy in education, his formative role in the development of philosophy of education as an international field, his many international collaborations, the "useless" educational-philosophical deepening of concepts, and the wider educational-philosophical import of this. This gives rise to consideration of the failure of these fields to halt the changes in the governance and status of the university that threatens them, and those practices that remain and that are emerging in academia that we wish to protect, to pass on to the next generation of researchers in these fields
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
370.1
Index
index present
LC call number
LB14.7
LC item number
.P37 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Ramaekers, Stefan
  • Hodgson, Naomi
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  • Education
  • History
Label
Past, present, and future possibilities for philosophy and history of education : finding space and time for research, Stefan Ramaekers, Naomi Hodgson, editors
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface: Paul Smeyers and the Dutch Connection; Connections and Friendships; Collaborations; Research Community; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction: Reminders Assembling a Picture of Paul Smeyers; A Picture of a Research Career; A Picture Held Us Captive; Assembling Reminders; The Longing for Crystalline Purity; Family Resemblances; Finding Space and Time for Research; References; Chapter 2: At the Intersection of Anecdotal Stories and Great Narratives: Reflections on the Cooperation Between Educational Historians and Educational Philosophers; By Way of Introduction
  • On the Cooperation Between Educational Historians and Educational Philosophers in the RCThe Awareness of Presentism in the Educational Discourse as One of the Lasting Values of Educational History; References; Chapter 3: Seeing the Points of Connection; References; Chapter 4: The University as Pedagogical Form: Public Study, Responsibility, Mondialisation; Introduction; The Contemporary University: Protecting Learners and Researchers; Universitas studii: Re-calling Academic Study; Reclaiming the University and its Pedagogy; References
  • Chapter 5: Philosophies of Hospitality: Toward Perpetual Peace and FreedomIntroduction; Philosophies of Hospitality Around the World; Mediterranean Hospitality; Radical Religious Hospitality; Postcolonial Hospitality; Gendered Hospitality; Face-to-Face with the Other; Literacy as Hospitality; New Materialist Hospitality; Diversification of Scale to Extend Hospitality; Felicitous Hospitality; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Why, Perhaps, Philosophers of Education (and Other Educational Researchers) "Leave Everything as It Is"; Introduction; On the Communication of Research
  • From Philosophical Work to Convincing Prescriptions for Educational Policy and PracticeUncertainty, Post Truth, and the Discrediting of Academic Work; "Leaving Everything as It Is": Does It Matter?; References; Chapter 7: Truth "After Postmodernism": Wittgenstein and Postfoundationalism in Philosophy of Education; Introduction; Wittgenstein, Truth, and Foundations; Wittgenstein and the History of Analytic Truth; Conclusion: Postfoundationalism, Wittgenstein, and Philosophy of Education; References; Chapter 8: "Plowden" at 50-R.S. Peters' Response to Educational Progressivism; Introduction
  • The Historical Context of the Plowden ReportThe Progressive-Traditional Contrast; Peters' Fundamental Presuppositions; Sociality; Liberal Education; Peters' (and Dearden's) Critique of the Plowden Report; Development and the Aims of Education; Curriculum and the Teacher; Conclusion; Tribute; References; Chapter 9: Upon the Academic Philosopher Caught in the Fly-Bottle; Introduction; Philosophy in the Academic Fly-Bottle; A Brief Description of Academic Research Then and Now; Exploring Alternative Routes; Philosophy in Non-academic Fly-Bottles; Against Academia; Academia Independent
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1 online resource.
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9783319942537
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rdamedia
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  • c
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not applicable
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remote
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  • on1049150269
  • (OCoLC)1049150269
Label
Past, present, and future possibilities for philosophy and history of education : finding space and time for research, Stefan Ramaekers, Naomi Hodgson, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface: Paul Smeyers and the Dutch Connection; Connections and Friendships; Collaborations; Research Community; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction: Reminders Assembling a Picture of Paul Smeyers; A Picture of a Research Career; A Picture Held Us Captive; Assembling Reminders; The Longing for Crystalline Purity; Family Resemblances; Finding Space and Time for Research; References; Chapter 2: At the Intersection of Anecdotal Stories and Great Narratives: Reflections on the Cooperation Between Educational Historians and Educational Philosophers; By Way of Introduction
  • On the Cooperation Between Educational Historians and Educational Philosophers in the RCThe Awareness of Presentism in the Educational Discourse as One of the Lasting Values of Educational History; References; Chapter 3: Seeing the Points of Connection; References; Chapter 4: The University as Pedagogical Form: Public Study, Responsibility, Mondialisation; Introduction; The Contemporary University: Protecting Learners and Researchers; Universitas studii: Re-calling Academic Study; Reclaiming the University and its Pedagogy; References
  • Chapter 5: Philosophies of Hospitality: Toward Perpetual Peace and FreedomIntroduction; Philosophies of Hospitality Around the World; Mediterranean Hospitality; Radical Religious Hospitality; Postcolonial Hospitality; Gendered Hospitality; Face-to-Face with the Other; Literacy as Hospitality; New Materialist Hospitality; Diversification of Scale to Extend Hospitality; Felicitous Hospitality; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: Why, Perhaps, Philosophers of Education (and Other Educational Researchers) "Leave Everything as It Is"; Introduction; On the Communication of Research
  • From Philosophical Work to Convincing Prescriptions for Educational Policy and PracticeUncertainty, Post Truth, and the Discrediting of Academic Work; "Leaving Everything as It Is": Does It Matter?; References; Chapter 7: Truth "After Postmodernism": Wittgenstein and Postfoundationalism in Philosophy of Education; Introduction; Wittgenstein, Truth, and Foundations; Wittgenstein and the History of Analytic Truth; Conclusion: Postfoundationalism, Wittgenstein, and Philosophy of Education; References; Chapter 8: "Plowden" at 50-R.S. Peters' Response to Educational Progressivism; Introduction
  • The Historical Context of the Plowden ReportThe Progressive-Traditional Contrast; Peters' Fundamental Presuppositions; Sociality; Liberal Education; Peters' (and Dearden's) Critique of the Plowden Report; Development and the Aims of Education; Curriculum and the Teacher; Conclusion; Tribute; References; Chapter 9: Upon the Academic Philosopher Caught in the Fly-Bottle; Introduction; Philosophy in the Academic Fly-Bottle; A Brief Description of Academic Research Then and Now; Exploring Alternative Routes; Philosophy in Non-academic Fly-Bottles; Against Academia; Academia Independent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319942537
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1049150269
  • (OCoLC)1049150269

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