PSIE 2006

Philosophical Studies in Education 37, 2006

Table of Contents

Editors page

Introduction

Presidential Address

Keynote Address

Articles

How Tocqueville’s Theory of the “Tyranny of the Majority” Can Benefit Social Justice Pedagogies, Kerry Burch … 45

Virtue, Liberty, and Discipline: Fostering the Democratic Character, John Covaleskie … 55

Does Morality Harm Children? Alice Miller on Morality and Poisonous Pedagogy, William L. Fridley … 65

Gender Anarchy as Social Justice: An Analytic Reconstruction of the Idea of Epistemic Equality in Jane Roland Martin’s Reclaiming a Conversation, Greg Seals … 75

From Philosophy of Education to Philosophizing About Education, Joseph Watras … 87

The Policy Agenda for Teacher Education: The Ohio Story , Xiaodan Huang … 97

Ohio Teacher Education: A Rant in Three Parts, Richard Quantz … 109

The Ohio Transfer Articulation Guide: An Ethics Case Study for Social Foundations of Education Faculty, Kathleen Knight Abowitz … 117

Awakening to the Politics of Higher Education, Francis C. Fowler … 127

Language, Labels, and Lingering (Re)Considerations: The Evolution and Function of Terminology in Special Education, Robert Osgood … 135

“Sex Respect”: Abstinence Education and Other Deployments for Sexual “Freedom”, Liz Jackson … 147

A Contrapuntal Analysis of Discourses of Desire in Education, Jennifer Logue … 159