Alain Badiou, Jacques lacan and the ethics of teaching

Educational Philosophy and Theory 42 (2):196-212 (2010)
Abstract
This paper argues that Badiou's and Lacan's theorizations of ethics offer a way to formulate an ethics of teaching and to explore what such an ethics might look like when teachers encounter events that disrupt their quotidian lives. Relying on the work of Badiou and Lacan, the paper critiques mainstream approaches to the ethics of teaching and sketches an alternative pedagogical ethics.
Keywords pedagogical ethics  Lacan  event  ethics  Badiou  evil  truth‐process
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Jean-Paul Sartre (1947). Existentialism. New York, Philosophical Library.
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