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The Resource Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age

Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age

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Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age
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Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age
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New Directions in the Philosophy of Education
Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age
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Educational Philosophy for a Post-secular Age
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Series editor's preface -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- A eulogy for the secular? -- Post-secular education -- Education, education, education -- "Once there was no 'secular' " -- Overview of the book -- Part I Understanding the frame -- 2 Formations of the post-secular -- Introduction -- The end of secularization -- Defining the post-secular -- The end of progress -- Refining the post-secular -- A post-secular core? -- Conclusion -- 3 Religion and belief in a post-secular age -- Introduction -- The privileging of beliefs and worldviews -- Criticality versus credulity -- Dimensions of religious life -- Christian and cultural liturgies -- What kind of freedom? -- The sky is not a cow -- The propositional frame -- Educational implications of the propositional frame -- Conclusion -- 4 'Only a god can save us': Heidegger's god after metaphysics -- Introduction -- Overcoming Western metaphysics -- Thinking as releasement -- Heidegger's way -- Heidegger and poetry -- The deconstruction of the willful self -- Conclusion -- Part II Experiments in reframing -- 5 Submission -- Introduction -- Philosophical hermeneutics -- Auto-ethnography: Tai Chi Chuan -- Primary affirmation as submission -- Theological affirmation and submission -- Appreciating submission -- Conclusion -- 6 Attention -- Introduction -- Beholding -- Paying attention -- The paradox of intention -- Intended attention -- Weil and Murdoch on attention -- The freedom of seduction -- Conclusion -- 7 Union -- Introduction -- Education without how: Rancière, education and mysticism -- How in religion -- The mysticism of Rancière -- The institution: Discarding the boat and forgetting the finger -- Conclusion -- 8 Deliberative religious cultures -- Introduction -- The hermeneutics of religious understanding -- The sacred need not be sacred
  • Deliberative religious education -- Some problems with deliberative culture -- Conclusion -- 9 Conclusion -- Index
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