PSIE 2017

Philosophical Studies in Education 48, 2017

Table of Contents

EDITORS PAGE

INTRODUCTION

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

RESPONSE TO THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

ARTICLES

REMOVING THE VEIL: COATES, NEOLIBERALISM, AND THE COLOR LINE, David Humphrey … 20

UNDER THE WHEELS OF A JUGGERNAUT: EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN THE MIDST OF A MORAL QUANDARY, Angela Hurley & Jennifer McCloud … 30

BAUDRILLARD AND RETHINKING THE MODERN WESTERN-CIV COURSE: THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF WAR IN AN ERA OF NEW MEDIA, NEOLIBERALISM, AND VIRTUAL WARFARE, Michael Bulfin … 45

PARADOX AND COMPLEXITY, John Covaleskie … 55

NEOLIBERALISM, CRITICAL PEDAGOGY, AND THE CHILD, Caitlin Howlett … 65

RE-THINKING THE CONCEPTUAL AND NORMATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF THE “CAPABILITY TO BE EDUCATED”: CHILDREN AND THE PURSUIT OF EDUCATIONAL EQUALITY, Tony DeCesare … 74

PROBLEMATIZATION AS ACTIVISM: DISRUPTING THE NEOLIBERAL EDUCATION PROJECT THROUGH THE “WORK OF THOUGHT”, Austin Pickup … 85

A SECOND WIND FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION: THE APPLICATION OF WILLIAM JAMES’S THE ENERGIES OF MEN TO THE FIELD OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION, Julie T. Novakowski … 96