2004: Madrid, Spain

Voices of Philosophy of Education

04-07 August 2004

Plenary / keynote presentations

Marc Depaepe: Philosophy and History of Education: Time to Bridge the Gap?

Penny Enslin & Kai Horsthemke: Can ubuntu provide a model for citizenship education in African democracies?

Richard Smith: Abstraction and finitude: education, chance and democracy


José Antonio Ibáñez-Martín, Chair: Panel discussion on globalisation and education. 

Guillermo Hoyos Vásquez: Educación para la tolerancia desde una teoría discursiva de la pedagogía (Education for tolerance from a discursive theory of pedagogy)

Miquel Martínez: Aprendizaje ético en sociedades complejas (Ethical learning in complex societies)

Lynda Stone: Between Local and Global: A Prolegomenon for a New Ethics for Society and Education

María Teresa Yurén Camarena: Globalización y Educación. Perspectivas desde México (Globalization and Education. Perspectives from Mexico)   

Concurrent sessions / papers

Aurora Bernal Martínez de Soria: Humanismo del diecisiete en la postmodernidad del veintiuno (17th Century Humanism in the 21st Century Post-moderninism)

Doug Blomberg: From pre to post—and back again? Wisdom and schooling

Lyudmila Bryzzheva: Mikhail Bakhtin and educators

Barry L. Bull: Standards-Based School Reform and Liberty: A Normative Political Assessment

Wilfred Carr: The role of theory in the professional Development of an educational theorist

James C Conroy: Church, State and Education: A Liminal Perspective

Doret J. de Ruyter: Pottering in the garden? On human flourishing and education

Eduardo M. Duarte: Tune in, Turn on, Let Learning Happen

John Gingell & Christopher Winch: Is Educational Research any Use?

Paul Hager: The Inescapability of Metaphors for Thinking About Learning

Geoffrey Hinchliffe: Re-thinking Lifelong Learning

Pádraig Hogan: Between past and future:towards a new coherence in the philosophy of education

Tasos Kazepides: The virtues of dialogue

James D. Marshall: Two Forms of Philosophical Argument or Critique

Yasushi Maruyama & Mickey Dwyer: What Wittgenstein has to teach us: The Otherness of Children and the Deconstruction of Educating Mind

Siebren Miedema: A public, social, and individual perspective on religious education. Religious voices from the past and the present

Malcolm Miller: A Dialectical Dance for a Sailor,  Betty Martin, a Peasant,  a Tar-Baby and You

Concepción Naval y Carmen Urpí: Sobre la educación estética en el ámbito familiar (Aesthetic education in family life)

Mina O’Dowd: Contextualising Expert Knowledge: The Construction of a Meta-category?

Manuel Oriol Salgado: Dificultades de la educación moral en Aristóteles (Difficulties of Moral Education in Aristotle)

Stefan Ramaekers: Recovering (from) Scepticism in Educational Theory and Practice: Insights from Stanley Cavell

Klas Roth: Deliberative pedagogy and the rationalisation of learning

Naoko Saito: Reawakening global awareness: Deweyan religious democracy reconsidered in the age of globalization

Shelby L. Sheppard: Education and the Virtues of Controversy

Harvey Siegel: Epistemological Diversity and Educational Research: Much Ado about Nothing Much?

Paul Standish: Uncommon Schools: Stanley Cavell and the Teaching of Walden

Roel Van Goor: Irony in philosophy of education. Illustrated with an example of educational policy development

Nancy Vansieleghem: Listening to dialogue

Yusef Waghid: Making an Argument for “Compassionate Imagining”: Towards a Different Understanding of Citizenship Education

María Teresa Yurén Camarena: Mirando la educación con y para los excluidos. Herramientas para la crítica ético-política de la educación (Looking at Education with and for the Excluded. Tools for an Ethical-Political Critique of Education)

Workshops and Work in Progress

María G. Amilburu: El cine y la educación de los sentimientos (Cinema and the education of emotions)

Carlos Andres: De la ignorancia socrática al “background” searleano: razones para una tarea negativa (From Socratic Ignorance to Searlean “Background”: Reasons for a Negative Task) 

Sharon Bailin: Could an Early Renaissance Artist or Balinese Dancer be Imaginative?

Teresa Bargetto-Andres: Language learning as a model for learning in general

Charles Bingham: Montaigne, Nietzsche, Foucault and the Educational Discourse of Memory

Lyudmila Bryzzheva: On visiting consciousness, its life and education

Nomabandla Cishe: Women: the secondary species in Higher Education

John Colbeck: The Importance of Persons

Nikolaj Demjan?uk: Tradition and education

Dagmar Demjan?uková: Medieval university and scholastic methods of education

Indra Dewan: The individualisation of personhood in a post compulsory education context, with specific reference to the case of mixed race women

Juan Manuel Díaz Torres: Arraigos y anclajes en la postmodernidad. Elementos para el debate político, filosófico y educativo (Rootings and anchorages in the postmodernity. Elements for the political, philosophical and educational debate)

Christine Doddington: Beyond the Literal

Lorraine Foreman-Peck: Personal Development Goals: The Fate of Empathy

Sílvio Gallo: Anarchism and philosophy of education

Sílvio Gallo: Philosophy, Deleuze and Education: a possible encounter?

Fernando Gil Cantero: La Voz de la Filosofía de la Educación en las Prisiones (The Voice of Philosophy of Education in Prisons)

Eevastiina Gjerstad: Definitions and conditions of Power in Education

Muna Golmohamad: Can the Whole World be someone’s imagined community?

María del Rosario González Martín: El Personalismo: una contribución a la Filosofía de la Educación (Personalist Philosophy as a contribution to Philosophy of Education)

Felicity Ann Haynes: The Caring Organisation: A Community of Enquiry Model

Ashimuneze Heanacho: Philosophy is a People’s Particularized Cosmology, Not To Be Co-opted As A Globalizing Tool

Gregory Heath: Education, Empathy and the Imagination

Nassira Hedjerassi: Towards a feminist and engaged philosophy of education: preliminary steps with bell hooks

Jason Helfer: Isocrates and Pedagogy

Rosario Herrera Guido: Cultura y Educación. Un diálogo entre la Filosofía y el Psicoanálisis (Culture and Education. A dialogue between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis)

Kirsten Hyldgaard: In the beginning was the Other

Ruth Irwin & Nesta Devine: Autonomy, agency and education: He tangata, he tangata, he tangata

Jay M.M. Jadezweni: The Effectiveness of Service-Learning (SL): Implications for the Transformation of Teacher Education and Development in South Africa

Gonzalo Jover: La Filosofía de la Educación y la gestación de los estudios pedagógicos en España (Philosophy of Education and the origins of education studies in Spain)

Alexander O. Karpov: Science schools – New educational reality

Zdenko Kodelja: Punishment and moral development

Aslaug Kristiansen: Trust in an educational setting – different types, different functions (?)

Tone Kvernbekk: Narrative voices

Lesley Le Grange: “Multicultural” science in South Africa’s new National Curriculum Statement

Marta López-Jurado Puig: El desarrollo de la alteridad a través de los motivos trascendentes (Development of otherness through transcendental reasons)

B. Jeannie Lum: Philosophy of Education for the 21st Century: Reinterpreting our foundations for the future

Nonceba Mabovula: An unheard voice

Nonceba Mabovula: Human Rights, Power and Democracy: A tricky mix in South African Secondary Schools Governance

Yasushi Maruyama: How Should We Recognize the Otherness of Learners?: Hegelian and Wittgensteinian Views

Mark Mason: What Epistemology Should Inform Critical Pedagogy after the Postmodern Turn?

Geeta Mehta: Integration of Theory and Practice in Education. A Gandhian Approach

Oksana Mikahlina: Philosophy of civic education in new Russia

Olli-Pekka Moisio: Mimesis, society and the individual

Jorge Molina Aviles: Filosofía de la educación en la encrucijada (The philosophy of education at a crossroads)

Luigina Mortari: A philosophy of education as “care”

Luigina Mortari: Dialogue with Maria Zambrano

Juan Carlos Mougán Rivero: Teorías de la democracia y educación cívica: la perspectiva de J. Dewey (Theories of democracy and civil education: John Dewey’s view)

Nina V. Nalivaiko: Problems of globalization and development of modern education

Igor Nevvazhay: The principle of communication in the process of education:  criticism of the foundationalism and relativism strategies

Yngve Troye Nordkvelle: Pedagogy and education in a context of globalization. A historical reconstruction of Eurocentrism in Pedagogy

María Mercedes Oración: Sobre las nostalgias y fracasos, los desafíos y oportunidades de la escuela Argentina frente a la educación en valores (On nostalgia and failure, Argentine schools’ challenges and opportunities in moral education)

Elvira Panaiotidi: Thomas Kuhn’s Theory of Paradigms and Arts Education: a Case of Misapplication

Miguel Ángel Pasillas Valdez: Fundamentos para una Educación Ciudadana con orientación Dialógica, basada en los Derechos Humanos – incluyendo el reconocimiento positivo a los disensos (Basis for a Civic Education with orientation Dialogic, based on the Human rightsm -including the positive recognition to the disagreements)

Javier Ramírez Perdiguero, Ricardo H. Ontalba, Juan Jesús Álvarez Álvarez, José Mª Vega Rossell: Educar en valores desde el deporte (Educational values through sport)

Chris Reddy: Teacher Professional development and professionalism in South Africa: A philosophical enquiry

David Reyero García: Filosofía, sociología, antropología y educación (Philosophy, sociology ,anthropology and education)

Marta Ruiz Corbella: Diseñando la educación del futuro (Designing the Education of the Future)

Isabelle Sabau: Teaching across Frontiers

Ana María Salmerón Castro y Miguel de la Torre Gamboa: La utopía educativa de la comunidad solidaria y democrática: Ética y sujeto posmoderno (The solidary and democratic community educational utopia: ethics and the postmodern subject)

Eva Sancho Fibla: “Leadership” y autoridad en educación (Leadership and authority in education)

Inna Semetsky & Barbara Thayer-Bacon: Scientific Relations: David Bohm and Pragmatism

María José Serván: ¿Qué  opina la comunidad educativa sobre los sistemas nacionales de evaluación? Estudio de caso en Santiago de Chile  (What does educational community thinks about national evaluation systems? Case study in Santiago de Chile)

Bakhtiar Shabani Varaki & Lorna Earl: Qualitative Method and Paramathematics: Toward a Compromise In Educational Research

Stanislav Stark: The  Education as  Care of Soul in  the Work of Jan Pato?ka

Torill Strand: The rhetoric of educational discourses

Michael Tack: ICT and identity

Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon: Establishing Shared Responsibilities in a Mexican and Mexican American School

Rosa María Torres Hernández: El sentimiento de solidaridad humana como perspectiva en la filosofía de la educación: Foulcault y Dewey (The feeling of human solidarity as approach in Philosophy of Education)

Berte van Wyk: Educational transformation: towards re-imagining higher education

Bruno Vanobbergen: The Struggle for the Child. Analysing the clash between education and consumer culture

Isabel Vilafranca Manguán: Voces inescuchadas: el silencio en educación (Unheared voices: silence in education)

Patricia Villamor Manero: El debate sobre la elección escolar: un escenario de racionalidades en conflicto (The school choice discussion: a scenario of conflicting rationalities)

Heather M. Voke: No Child Left Behind and the Civic Mission of Public Education in the U.S.:  Preparing Students for Democratic Citizenship in a High-Stakes Accountability Context

Kevin Williams: Beyond Tolerance: The Experience of Difference as an Aim in Foreign Language Education

Kevin Williams: Inclusiveness and Confessional Schools: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives

Lynn W. Zimmerman: Examining Standard American English in the EFL Classroom   

A selection of papers from the conference was published in a Special Issue of Studies in Philosophy and Education, Vol. 25, Nos. 1-2 (2006) edited by Paul Smeyers: ‘Voices of Philosophy of Education. Contributions from the INPE 2004 Conference’.