Category Archives: Education

Post-structuralism and Marxism: education as knowledge capitalism

This paper argues for ‘post-structural Marxisms’ as the pedagogical practice of reading and rereading Marx in a critical manner. It is less concerned to give an account of social class or of the changing historical relevance of this concept in … Continue reading

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Beyond equality and inequality in education: Bakhtinian dialogic ethics approach of human uniqueness to educational justice

In our essay, we challenge the hegemonic Kantian discourse of defining justice as equality (in a broader sense) and injustice as inequality in education (and elsewhere). We argue that this discourse is based on the underlying assumption of replaceability and … Continue reading

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Educational Philosophy – Historical Perspectives

Philosophical reflection upon education can be traced back to Plato’s Meno and Republic; the work of many mainstream philosophers since has educational relevance, but specific reference to education has been sporadic. When noted philosophers have turned directly to education their … Continue reading

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