ERIC Number: ED413282
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, 1995-1996.
Oliker, Michael A., Ed.; Ellis, Charlesetta M., Ed.; Gutek, Gerald L., Ed.; Krolikowski, Walter P., Ed.; Campion, Kate, Ed.
These proceedings are composed of papers presented at the 1995 and 1996 Annual Meetings of the Midwest Philosophy of Education Society. Papers presented at the 1995 meeting included: "Dewey's Idea of 'Intelligent Sympathy' and the Development of the Ethical Self: Implications for Japanese Education" (Naoko Saito); "Using Dewey's Writings as a Basis for Assessment of Project Means" (Sandy Alber); "Carter G. Woodson on Education: A Philosophical Perspective" (Charlesetta M. Ellis); "'This Wonder, Perhaps Deeper than Love, That is Friendship'" (Walter P. Krolikowski); "A Philosophy of Education in the Technological Age" (Louis Silverstein); "Multicultural Education and Cultural Differences" (Wei Rose Zhang); "Multiculturalism: Some Second Thoughts about the Concept" (Michael Davis);"The Introductory Course in Philosophy of Education (Arthur Brown); "The Existence of Pure Consciousness and Its Implications for Education" (James D. Grant); "A Nietzschean Critique of Postmodern Educational Theory" (Don G. Smith); "Post-Modernism: A Phase of Development" (Kenneth Sutton); "Hermeneutics: East Meets West?..." (Robert Craig); "The Language of Educational Policy and Administration" (Michael A Oliker); "Philosophical Problems of Practice: The Emerging University/School/Partnership" (Betty-Jo Dunbar). Papers presented at the 1996 meeting included: "Contemplative Traditions, Modern Psychology, and Education" (Robert Craig); "Response to Robert Craig's Presidential Address" (Arthur Brown); "Unvirtuous Virtue Epistemology" (David B. Annis); "Rudolf Steiner and The Waldorf Schools" (Earl J. Ogletree); "What Multiculturalism Should Not Be" (Alexander Makedon); "Realism Reconsidered..." (Philip Smith); "I'll Show You Differences: Contrast, Opposition, and Antonymy with Special Reference to Multiculturalism" (Walter P. Krolikowski); "...The Philosophical Implications of Researching a Culture other than Your Own" (Bonnie Jean Adams); "Superman, Adolescents, and the Metaphysics of Popular Culture" (Michael A. Oliker); "A Schematic Analysis of Popular Culture, Adolescence, and Sport" (Philip Smith); "The Public Image of Juvenile Delinquents" (Gene D. Phillips); "I was a Teenage Werewolf As Youth Culture Ideology"; "Why We Do what We Do as Early Childhood Educators" (Sandy Alber, Shannan McNair); "Pestalozzi's Idea of 'Innere Anshauung'" (Silvia Schmid); "The Educational Theology of James Solomon Russell" (Terrence A. Walker); "Nonviolence in Education" (Ian M. Harris); "A Paradigm for Teaching Philosophy of Education" (Jerome A. Popp); "Essentialist Educator: Fanny J. Coppin" (Charlesetta M. Ellis); "Pluralism with Intelligence" (Arthur Brown); "Reclaiming the Ancient Theme of Hospitality" (William E. Russell); "Let Us Praise the Body Erotic" (Louis Silverstein). (KCM)
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Cultural Pluralism, Early Childhood Education, Educational Philosophy, Higher Education, Multicultural Education, Popular Culture
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Audience: Practitioners; Researchers; Teachers
Authoring Institution: Midwest Philosophy of Education Society.