Levinas, Subjectivity, Education: Towards an Ethics of Radical Responsibility
Levinas, Subjectivity, Education explores how the philosophical writings of Emmanuel Levinas lead us to reassess education and reveals the possibilities of a radical new understanding of ethical and political responsibility.
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THE ECONOMY OF EXCHANGE AND THE MARKETIZATION AND CUSTOMERIZATIONOF EDUCATION
THE RULE OF THE MARKET UNDER ATTACK
IS EDUCATION POSSIBLE IN SCHOOLS?
THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH
THE CRITICAL REALIST MODEL
PRIVILEGING JUDGEMENTAL RATIONALITY
ELECTION TO SUBJECTIVITY A TEACHING
SOME POSSIBLE OBJECTIONS
THE POSSIBILITY OF ETHICAL SUBJECTIVITY
SUBJECTIVITY AS SENSIBILITY
ETHICS OF DIFFERENCE OR AN ETHICS OF TRUTHS?
AN IMPOSSIBLY DEMANDING EDUCATION
LEVINAS AND THE KANTIAN TRADITION
EDUCATING FOR HETERONOMY?
THE IDEAL OF AUTONOMY RESTATED
WEAVING NEW FABRIC OUT OF A RIPPED YARN
A RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OTHERWISE?
LOVE OF THE NEIGHBOUR IN CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM
JUSTICE SOCIETY THE THIRD AND FRATERNITY
DIALOGUE BETWEEN NEIGHBOURS AND STRANGERS
EDUCATION AND THE MEANING OF COMMUNITY
EDUCATION DISAPPOINTMENT HOPE
ANARCHISM LEVINAS AND ETHICAL PROTEST
TOWARDS A PRESENT HOPE
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