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  1. Lisa Hall (forthcoming). Developing an Ethics of Relational Responsibility – Locating the Researcher Within the Research and Allowing Connection, Encounter and Collective Concern to Shape the Intercultural Research Space. Ethics and Education:1-11.
    The choice to undertake a PhD is essentially the choice of an individual to complete an individual task that carries the name of the researcher as the cognitive authority and reinforces the place of their respective University within the western academy, with all of the structure of power and authority that comes along with that. But what happens when the research itself takes place in an intercultural space, and the rules and values of the academic space stand in contrast to (...)
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  2. Lisa Kretz (forthcoming). Emotional Responsibility and Teaching Ethics: Student Empowerment. Ethics and Education:1-16.
    ?This class is so [insert expletive] depressing.? I overheard a student communicating this to a friend upon exiting one of my ethics courses and I wondered how my classes could generate a sense of empowerment rather than depression, a sense of hope rather than despair. Drawing from David Hume's and Martin Hoffman's work on the psychology of empathy and sympathy, I contend that dominant Western philosophical pedagogy is inadequate for facilitating morally empowered students. Moreover, I stipulate that an adequate analysis (...)
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  3. Stefan Ramaekers & Joris Vlieghe (forthcoming). Infants, Childhood and Language in Agamben and Cavell: Education as Transformation. Ethics and Education:1-13.
    In this paper we explore a new way to deal with social inequality and injustice in an educational way. We do so by offering a particular reading of a scene taken from Minnelli's film The Band Wagon which is often regarded as overly western-centred and racist. We argue, however, that the way in which words and movements in this scene function are expressive of an event that can be read as a new beginning and that it is for this reason (...)
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  4. R. S. Peters (forthcoming). Criteria of Education. Ethics and Education.
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  5. R. S. Peters (forthcoming). Respect for Persons and Fraternity. Ethics and Education.
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