Routledge (2001)

Among educational theorists and philosophers there is growing interest in the work of Jacques Derrida and his philosophy of deconstruction. This important new book demonstrates how his work provides a highly relevant perspective on the aims, content and nature of education in contemporary, multicultural societies.
Keywords Education Philosophy  Postmodernism and education  Deconstruction
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Call number LB880.D48.D47 2001
ISBN(s) 0415684129   0415218136   9780415218139   9780415684125   9780203996003
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