Reconstruction Vol. 14, No. 2 (2014): Phenomenology and Education

The Super Pedagogue


Jon Olzon

Introduction by Elias Schwieler


A "Fundamental Theory" of Education Grounded in Ontology? A Phenomenological Rejoinder, by James M. Magrini

The Problem with Wise Old Fish: An Analysis of Rhetorical Strategy in David Foster Wallace’s Kenyon College Commencement Address, by Roberto Sirvent and Neil Baker

Martin Heidegger and Philosophy of Education: Why His Thought Still Matters, and How We Can Put It to Use, by Haroldo Fontaine

Lose control, listen to each other, and create - understanding cooperative music making from a chiasmatic perspective, by Cecilia Ferm Thorgersen

Kant's Theory of Reason: Is it Metaphysics After All? Kant, Rousseau, Yoga, and the Operations of Reason in Light of Understanding and Knowing, by Guillemette Johnston

Who Emerges in Conversation? An Abolitionist Interruption that Teaches, by Cathrine Ryther


Samuel Beckett and Testimony. David Houston Jones, Palgrave, 2011. ISBN: 978-0-230-27576-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-23027-576-8. Hardcover, $90.00. / Review by Marc A. Ouellette


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