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Feminist interpretations of John Dewey /

edited by Charlene Haddock Seigfried.

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Names: Seigfried, Charlene Haddock,
Published: University Park : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2002.
Series: Re-reading the canon.
Topics: Feminist theory. | Pragmatism. | Education. | Democracy. | Féminisme - Philosophie. | Pragmatisme. | Éducation. | Démocratie. | Pragmatisme. | Democratie. | Onderwijs. | Sociale filosofie. | Feministische filosofie. | Feminismus | Feministische Philosophie | Rezeption | Dewey, John, 1859-1952. | Dewey, John, 1859-1952. | Dewey, John 1859-1952 | Dewey, John. | Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Genres: Aufsatzsammlung.
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245 00|aFeminist interpretations of John Dewey /|cedited by Charlene Haddock Seigfried.
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300 |axi, 317 pages ;|c24 cm.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 297-304) and index.
505 00|tA toast to John Dewey /|rJane Addams --|tExperimenting with education: John Dewey and Ella Flagg Young at the University of Chicago /|rEllen Condliffe Lagemann --|tJohn Dewey's pragmatist feminism /|rCharlene Haddock Seigfried --|tFeminism and pragmatism: on the arrival of a "ministry of disturbance, a regulated source of annoyance; a destroyer of routine, an underminer of complacency" /|rMarjorie C. Miller --|tPhilosophy, education, and the American tradition of aspirational democracy /|rElizabeth Kamarck Minnich --|tIdentity, feminist teaching, and John Dewey /|rAna M. Martínez Alemán --|tThe need for a pragmatist feminist self /|rErin McKenna --|tReclaiming a subject, or a view from here /|rPaula Droege --|tThe pragmatic ecology of the object: John Dewey and Donna Haraway on objectivity /|rEugenie Gatens-Robinson --|tThe need for truth: toward a pragmatist-feminist standpoint theory /|rShannon Sullivan --|tHow practical is John Dewey? /|rLisa Heldke --|tDeepening democratic transformation: Deweyan individuation and pragmatist feminism /|rJudith M. Green --|tJane Addams's critique of capitalism as patriarchal /|rMarilyn Fischer.
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