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Ward, Mike – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) supports processes of change in complex socio-ecological systems. Where and how this change takes place are important considerations as we seek to enhance our capacity to challenge existing systems and thus produce and reproduce our life activities in more sustainable ways. This paper considers the…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Sustainable Development, Correlation, Social Change
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Webster, R. Scott – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
The dominance of capitalism, through the hegemony of neoliberal ideology, is maintained as an illusion through the use of four main strategies. In order to obtain the consent of the population, mass schooling tends to produce graduates who accept this illusion because they are vulnerable to these strategies and cannot imagine a post-capitalist…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Social Systems, Sustainable Development, Neoliberalism
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Stein, Sharon; Andreotti, Vanessa; Suša, Rene; Ahenakew, Cash; Cajková, Tereza – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
In this article, we address the limitations of sustainable development as an orienting educational horizon of hope and change, given that mainstream development presumes the possibility of perpetual growth and consumption on a finite planet. Facing these limitations requires us to consider the inherently violent and unsustainable nature of our…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Sustainable Development, Moral Values, Foreign Policy
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Saari, Antti; Mullen, John – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
There are currently two broad forms of critique undergirding environmental education theories: the first is one of subtraction from perceived reality as it seeks to reveal and remove illusions and ideologies, while the other takes the inverse form of adding to reality in the form of investigating how matter comes to matter. We suggest a third form…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Educational Philosophy, Epistemology, Ecology
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Humphreys, Chloe; Blenkinsop, Sean; Jickling, Bob – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
Preamble: Singers gathering on stage. This is a paper for three voices. An attempt at a philosophic experience in the symphonic form. The first voice carries the tune and holds the shape of the paper as it focuses on Baudrillard and proposes that public education in Canada today is in fact a simulacra. The second voice has more room to roam,…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Sustainable Development, Western Civilization, Teaching Methods
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Wallin, Jason James – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is a broad and varied field of study replete with compelling advocacies for a more humane world. Across a majority of its instances however, ESD might yet be seen to labour in stealth fidelity to a mode of political economy and model of human-nature relations complicit with planetary ecocide. This essay…
Descriptors: Education, Sustainable Development, Philosophy, Humanization
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Peim, Nick; Stock, Nicholas – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
This article considers a series of ideas disturbing the conventional wisdom that decrees education an essential force in saving the world. Taking Morton's descriptions of hyperobjects seriously, we consider his radical idea that the world has ended amidst the eco-political depredations of the Anthropocene. Accordingly, we claim that education in…
Descriptors: Climate, Neoliberalism, Educational Philosophy, Plastics
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Peers, Chris – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
The fact that humans are responsible for climate change is certain. But the "meaning of the fact" of human responsibility is not disclosed by stating the fact: there is a distinction between the two principles, "de facto" and "de jure," the right to state a fact and the right to assert the meaning of the fact. This…
Descriptors: Climate, Natural Disasters, Social Responsibility, Justice
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Biswas, Tanu; Mattheis, Nikolas – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
In this paper, we offer a childist reading of school strikes for climate in an overheated world. We argue that school strikes can be understood as offering a dynamic counterweight to formal education, by providing opportunities for children to self-educate, and for others, especially adults, to learn from them. We suggest that taking school…
Descriptors: Climate, Strikes, Independent Study, Political Attitudes
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Zhao, Steven – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
This article examines the popular journalistic discourses on the terroristic actions and ideological beliefs of Brenton Tarrant as a way to illuminate the problematic ways in which the notions of radicalization and extremism of rightism are framed. I argue that the journalistic discourses implicitly frame radicalization and extremism as isolated…
Descriptors: Journalism, Political Attitudes, Terrorism, Violence
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Splitter, Laurance J. – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
The normative ideals of democracy, trust and respect are under threat from the forces of populism and extremism. I argue for a recalibration of some basic ideas in the moral and social domains in which each person sees her/himself as one among others. I defend 0093The Principle of Personal Worth0094 which asserts that persons are more valuable…
Descriptors: Collectivism, Terrorism, Self Concept, Democracy
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Sánchez-Rojo, Alberto – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
Waiting has traditionally been defined as the interval of time between the anticipation of an event and its occurrence. From an educational perspective, we usually believe that it is not the wait that is important, but the attitude of the individual who is waiting. It is for this reason that, while we can barely find any educational research that…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Psychological Patterns, Comparative Analysis, Educational Needs
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Watermeyer, Richard; Tomlinson, Michael – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
This article discusses the intensification of research performance demands in UK universities in relation to the complex terrain of academic identity formation. It considers whether a demand for academic researchers to produce and evidence economic and societal impact -- in the rewards game of the UK's performance-based research funding system,…
Descriptors: Competition, Accountability, Universities, Research
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Ucok-Sayrak, Ozum; Brazelton, Nichole – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
In response to the interruption of all levels of education following COVID-19, we start by underlining the difference between emergency remote teaching and online learning. Next, we inquire into the question of presence in physical and virtual classrooms, and offer a discussion of presence as "being-here-now," a "movement toward…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Educational Change, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Koopal, Wiebe; Vlieghe, Joris – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
This paper attempts to reassess the educational affordances of digital screens, at a time when their educational impact has become "incontournable," but is also increasingly growing suspicion. To bypass the redundancies of overly critical theoretical approaches, the paper foregrounds the subjectifying potentialities of the screen's…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Aesthetics, Religion
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