Jacques Rancière : education, truth, emancipation
- Bingham, Charles W. (Charles Wayne)
- London ; New York : Continuum, c2010.
- Physical description
- v, 170 p. ; 23 cm.
LB880 .R352 B56 2010
- Unknown LB880 .R352 B56 2010
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-167) and index.
- 1. On Ignorant Schoolmasters, by Jacques Ranciere-- 2. A New Logic of Emancipation-- 3. The Figure of the Child in Ranciere and Paulo Freire-- 4. Inclusion in Question-- 5. Recognition's Pedagogy-- 6. Truth and Emancipation-- 7. Learner, Student, Speaker-- 8. Conclusion: The World is Not a School-- Bibliography-- Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Winner - AERA 2011 Outstanding Book Award Jacques Rancire: Education, Truth, Emancipation demonstrates the importance of Rancires work for educational theory, and in turn, it shows just how central Rancires educational thought is to his work in political theory and aesthetics. Charles Bingham and Gert Biesta illustrate brilliantly how philosophy can benefit from Rancires particular way of thinking about education, and go on to offer their own provocative account of the relationship between education, truth, and emancipation. Including a new essay by Rancire himself, this book is a must-read for scholars of social theory and all who profess to educate.
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- Publication date
- Charles Bingham and Gert J.J. Biesta, with Jacques Rancière.