ERIC Number: EJ924468
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2007-Jan
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 12
Lacking "Lack": A Reply to Joldersma
Marshall, James D.
Studies in Philosophy and Education, v26 n1 p67-75 Jan 2007
First I would like to thank Clarence Joldersma for his review of our "Poststructuralism, Philosophy, Pedagogy" (Marshall, 2004-PPP). In particular, I would thank him for his opening sentence: "[t]his book is a response to a lack." It is the notion of a lack, noted again later in his review, which I wish to take up mainly in this response. Rather than defending or elaborating our particular contributions to PPP--the latter would be a great indignity to my colleagues as I would not write over them--I will take the opportunity to develop the theme of a "lack," as I believe that Joldersma has raised a very important issue. But first I will respond briefly to some of Joldersma's general and opening statements about the book, and my philosophical position in particular.
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