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  1. The Subject‐Object Transformations and ‘Bildung’.Käthe Schneider - 2012 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 44 (3):302-311.
    Bildung, a German pedagogical term with the sense of ‘educating oneself’, refers to some of the most complex human activities. It is constitutive for human existence, because it is related to the characteristic of meaning. Because of the great relevance of Bildung for people, education is essential for furthering it. The two purposes of this contribution are: i. to examine the structure of one main process component of Bildung, namely the process of designing an image of the changes to be (...)
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  • Bildung : Liberal Education and its Devout Origins.Yotam Hotam - 2019 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 53 (4):619-632.
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  • Concerning the Question of Feasibility of Political-Civil Education: Israel as a Case Study.Eran Gusacov - forthcoming - Studies in Philosophy and Education:1-19.
    Educating students to become participatory citizens in their country is one of the explicit tasks of public education in a democratic-liberal state. In this article, I use civics education in Israel as a case study for the examination of the justification and the practicability of implementing political education in schools, as opposed to implementing its rivals –ideological education or a-political education. I argue that a liberal-democratic stance and its educational implication—political education—are two concepts submerged in ideology, and, as a result, (...)
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  • Some Thoughts for a New Critical Language of Education: Truth, Justification and Deliberation.Klas Roth - 2009 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 35 (6):685-703.
    The notion of `truth' is one of the most important concepts within critical thinking and critical pedagogy as well as in other traditions or theories, and truth is seen by many as the outcome of inquiry. In this article I will argue for an alternative notion of truth to those that will be discussed in it and that such a view has to be included in a new critical language in education. I discuss a realist notion, a postmodernist social constructivist (...)
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