Thinking Education through Alain Badiou by Michael A. Peters(eds.)
By Michael A. Peters(eds.)
Thinking schooling via Alain Badiou represents the 1st assortment to discover the tutorial implications of French thinker Alain Badiou's problem to modern philosophical orthodoxy placed forth in his 1993 paintings, Ethics: An Essay at the realizing of Evil.
- Represents the 1st selection of paintings in schooling to grapple with what Alain Badiou may possibly suggest for the firm of education
- Takes up Badiou's problem to modern and traditional Anglo-American doxa
- Includes unique essays by way of specialists in numerous diverse academic fields
Chapter 1 advent: Alain Badiou: ‘Becoming topic’ to schooling (pages 1–7): Kent den Heyer
Chapter 2 Badiou, Pedagogy and the humanities (pages 8–25): Thomas E. Peterson
Chapter three Badiou's problem to paintings and its schooling: Or, ‘Art can't be Taught—it can even if Educate!’ (pages 26–44): Jan Jagodzinski
Chapter four Alain Badiou, Jacques Lacan and the Ethics of training (pages 45–61): Peter M. Taubman
Chapter five Reconceptualizing specialist improvement for Curriculum management: encouraged by way of John Dewey and proficient by means of Alain Badiou (pages 62–77): Kathleen R. Kesson and James G. Henderson
Chapter 6 The Obliteration of fact by means of administration: Badiou, St. Paul and the query of financial Managerialism in schooling (pages 78–98): Anna Strhan
Chapter 7 Militants of fact, groups of Equality: Badiou and the Ignorant Schoolmaster (pages 99–110): Charles Andrew Barbour
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