New Studies in Deweyan Education

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New Studies in Deweyan Education examines in detail some of John Dewey’s most influential writings by connecting them with contemporary issues, perspectives, controversies, and debates. By bringing together scholars from the United States and Germany, this volume offers an international perspective on current implications, challenges, and risks of democracy and education in the contemporary world. This book elaborates on the continuing relevance, resourcefulness, and richness of the Deweyan tradition as a frame of thought and action in the sphere of education. It is divided into three main parts: Education, Schooling, and Democracy; Education and the Reconstruction of Philosophy; and Education, Economy, and the Changing Forms of Capitalism. The chapters in this volume build on each other as they provide a multifaceted picture of Deweyan education’s role in societal reconstruction. Written for students and scholars in the fields of education and philosophy, New Studies in Deweyan Education represents a new, unique, and innovative way of approaching the problems and opportunities of democracy and education then and now.

Table of contents

Cover
Half Title
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
List of figures
Introduction
PART I Education, Schooling, and Democracy
1 Technical Philosophy, Educational Practice: Democracy 
and Education after 100 Years
2 Revisiting the School and Society
3 Gender Constructions in Progressive Education 
and their Impact on Co-Education
4 Inclusive Education as a Democratic Challenge – 
Ambivalences of Communities in Contexts of Power
5 Teachers as Team Players and Lifelong Learners – Using 
Differences as – Door Openers for Growth and Inclusive 
Education
PART II Education and the Reconstruction of Philosophy
6 Experience, Thinking, and Education: John Dewey’s 
Long Logic
7 Imprecision and Indeterminacy’s Contribution to 
a Pragmatist Reconstruction of Philosophy
8 Foucault’s Technologies of the Self as a Theoretical Tool 
for Extending Dewey’s Cultural Contextualism – 
An Interpretation from the Perspective of Cologne 
Constructivism
PART III Education, Economy, and the Changing Forms 
of Capitalism
9 “Growth,” Economic and Human – On the Reconstruction 
of Economics through Pragmatism and the Capabilities 
Approach
10 Forms of Capital and Questions of Social Justice
PART IV Kersten Reich – Philosopher and Educator
11 Continuities and Discontinuities in the Work 
of Kersten Reich – On the Way to Constructivism 
and Inclusion
Index


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