PSIE 2014

Philosophical Studies in Education 45, 2014

Table of Contents

EDITORS PAGE

INTRODUCTION

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

RESPONSE TO THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

PHIL SMITH SYMPOSIUM

ARTICLES

Troubling Neutrality: Toward a Philosophy of Teacher Ambiguity, Jessica A. Heybach  … 43

Fairness in Teaching Evolution in Public Schools, Bryan Warnick  … 55

Authenticity and Self-Cultivation as Learning to Be: The Hermeneutics of Lifelong Education, Adrienne Johnson  … 66

Conscience in the Curriculum, Not Opted Out of It, Sarah M. Stitzlein  … 74

Escape From Freedom: Towards the Political Realm, Katrina Dillon  … 83

What Good is College? The Economics of College Attendance, John F. Covaleskie  … 93

Illuminating Encounters with “Emotional” Students: How to Respond in an Educative Way, Amanda West  … 102

Mead, Habermas, and Levinas: Cultivating Subjectivity in Education for Democracy, Guoping Zhao  … 113

With Liberty and Justice for Some: A Philosophical Argument in Opposition to the Small Schools Movement in New York City, Keri Rodgers  … 125

The Problem of Character Education and Kohlberg’s Moral Education: Critique from Dewey’s Moral Deliberation, Xiangdong Liu  … 136

Expanding The Deweyan Self: Revisiting an Underexplored Past to Inform Future Inquiry, Jane Blanken-Webb  … 146

Can Personal Relationships Encourage Social Reform?, Joseph Watras  … 157

The Ethical Domains of Individualism: Nietzsche and Emerson’s Pedagogic Vision, David Roof  … 168