Hope and Possibility: Advancing an Argument for a Habermasian Perspective in Educational Administration

Studies in Philosophy and Education 21 (2):137-155 (2002)
Abstract
The emergence of postmodernism has stimulateddiscourse on the potential for using reason tocreate a just society. The discourse hascaused confusion and dissension in the field ofeducational administration as scholars seek tofind a means to blend concepts inherent in themodern and postmodern. The works of JürgenHabermas provide a means of dealing with thisdilemma and have some specific applications tothe practice of educational administration
Keywords Habermas  knowledge interests  modernity  philosophy and educational administration  postmodernity  reason
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