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Hansen, David T.; Sullivan, Rebecca – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Bearing witness is a familiar if diversely employed concept. On the one hand, it concerns the accuracy and validity of practical affairs, for example in a court of law, at a wedding, or in a law office. On the other hand, the term can embody powerful religious, social, and/ or moral meaning, whether in bearing witness to historical trauma and…
Descriptors: Audiences, Credibility, Trauma, Evaluation Criteria
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Parker, Lana – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
From a Levinasian perspective, the interaction between two people is an ethical encounter, a face-to-face interaction that calls the subject into question and renders them vulnerable to the ritual of rupture. But what if your embodiment renders you, in the moment of encounter, less than human? How can we bring the imperative of pre-ontological…
Descriptors: Criticism, Educational Philosophy, Interpersonal Relationship, Race
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Verharen, Charles C. – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
This essay contrasts Nietzsche's remarks on elite education with W.E.B. Du Bois' demand for democratized education. The essay takes their remarks as springboards for a twenty-first century philosophy of education rather than an historical account of their philosophies. Both thinkers cultivated Kant and Hegel's dream that the spirit of freedom…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Selective Admission, Democracy, Equal Education
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Koczanowicz, Leszek; Wlodarczyk, Rafal – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
The current heated debate on the deteriorating status of the university raises a range of pertinent questions, including: What role can the humanities play in culture today in the face of the crisis of higher education? To answer this question, the authors begin by problematizing the relationship between culture, the humanities, and education. In…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Humanities, Role
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Dastooreh, Kaveh – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
This paper explores the general characteristics of the aesthetics of life. Our approach will be in thinking about the aesthetics of life as a domain independent from the realms of ethics and morality. This thesis discusses some of the theoretical debates around those concepts. The notion of 'pleasure' in those practices will be discussed as the…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Moral Values, Ethics, Life Style
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Heringer, Rebeca – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
With the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, teaching online became a norm for universities in Canada. Besides the challenges of teaching topics that may be impossible to be taught online, a major issue that the mandatory physical distancing brought is the relationality between teachers and students. In order to investigate how educators were…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Pandemics, COVID-19, College Faculty
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Rovea, Federico – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Michel De Certeau's scholars have rarely explored the pedagogical potential of the French thinker's thought. This paper aims at reconstructing the question of the teaching practice in De Certeau's works and, building on such reconstruction, it proposes a possible 'heterological' comprehension of teaching. Moving from an early writing dealing…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Philosophy, Professional Identity, Educational Strategies
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Brito, Rodrigo; Joseph, Stephen; Sellman, Edward – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Although the implementation of mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) in educational contexts appear to have demonstrated some benefits for students and teachers in research studies conducted over the last two decades, there are also those who criticize MBI's for their instrumental focus. Exploring this debate, this article offers a case for the…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Transformative Learning, Intervention, Educational Philosophy
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Willatt, Carlos; Flores, Luis Manuel – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
In a context of pervasive digitalization of the social world, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, the field of education has undergone major changes with the development of digital practices and settings. However, the physical presence of the subjects and the body remain something primordial and irreplaceable in traditional educational…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Information Technology, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Sánchez-Rojo, Alberto; García del Dujo, Ángel; Muñoz-Rodríguez, José Manuel; Dacosta, Arsenio – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Identity has been widely understood in Western societies as a specular construction that operates simultaneously both from within and from outside oneself. However, this process is fiercely changing in a world in which almost every human action is mediated by information and communication technologies. This paper, from a theoretical perspective,…
Descriptors: Identification (Psychology), Self Concept, Information Technology, Western Civilization
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Opdal, Pål Anders – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
This paper is a discussion of the concept 'student active forms of learning'. It aims not at conclusions, but at a perspicuous representation--a map for future navigation and understanding of the concept. From the perspective of philosophy of education, I characterize and discuss issues relating to student active learning in the paper. The context…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Lecture Method, Educational Philosophy, Higher Education
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Mintz, Avi I. – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Greek literature prior to Plato featured two conceptions of education. Learning takes place when people encounter "teacher-guides"--educators, mentors, and advisors. But education also occurs outside of a pedagogical relationship between learner and teacher-guide: people learn through painful experience. In composing his dramatic…
Descriptors: Poetry, Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes
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Schwarz-Franco, Orit – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Teachers are necessarily free. The present article discusses the dual meaning of this necessity. The first meaning relates to freedom as an inevitable aspect of the actual reality in the classroom (the "is"); the second to teachers' freedom as the ideal condition, or a prerequisite for optimal teaching (the "ought").…
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Professional Autonomy, Educational Philosophy, Decision Making
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Smith, Spencer J. – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
Most studies of No-Excuses charter schools are distributive in nature. They answer a question of distributive justice: do these schools adequately close the academic achievement gap that exists in America between white and Black or Hispanic students? When discussion of No-Excuses schools is limited to their distributive worth, critics of…
Descriptors: Zero Tolerance Policy, Charter Schools, Justice, Achievement Gap
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Furman, Cara E.; Traugh, Cecelia E. – Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2022
This paper is premised on the understanding that racism is deeply and widely entrenched in our culture and the ethical claim that we operate within complex networks of habituated practices. Within this framework, we ask how do we disrupt these calcified, complex, and racist ways of being? Specifically, we explore how teachers are habituated into…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Habituation, Equal Education, Teacher Attitudes
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