Category: INPE Conferences

2012: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2012: Addis Ababa, EthiopiaPassion, Commitment and Justice in Education15-18 August 2012 Keynote Speakers The Ethics and Politics of the International Transfer of Educational Policy and Practice. David Bridges, University of Cambridge, UK The World of Instruction: Undertaking the Impossible. Megan J. Laverty, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA  The Terence H. McLaughlin Memorial Lectures Education in Nonviolence: Levinas’s […]

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2010: Bogota, Colombia

2010: Bogota, ColombiaPhilosophy of Education: Narrowing the Divides28-31 July 2010 Plenary / keynote presentations Concurrent sessions J. Buganza: Ética, literatura y educación Y. Castañeda Lozano: De la evidencia hacia la aporía: una reflexión pedagógica H. Fontaine & X. Zhang : “Filial Piety” – Species of Tradition: A Heideggerian Pedagogy for its Revision … or Demise […]

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2008: Kyoto, Japan

2008: Kyoto, JapanEducation and multicultural understanding09-12 August 2008 Plenary / keynote presentations Tetsuya Takahashi: Reclaiming the unconditional: thinking education in Japan. Larry Hickman: Teaching religion in a global culture. The McLaughlin Lecture David Bridges:  Education and the possibility of outsider understanding.  Concurrent sessions A selection of papers from the conference was published in a Special […]

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2006: Msida, Malta

2006: Msida, MaltaPhilosophical Perspectives on Educational Practice in the 21st Century03-06 August 2006 Plenary / keynote presentations David E. Cooper: Teaching and Truthfulness. Marianna Papastephanou: Dystopian Reality, Utopian Thought and Educational Practice. Kenneth Wain: The Future of Education … and its Philosophy.    Concurrent sessions David Beckett: A Useful Theory of Agency at Work. David […]

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2004: Madrid, Spain

2004: Madrid, SpainVoices of Philosophy of Education04-07 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 Panel José Antonio Ibáñez-Martín, Chair: […]

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2002: Oslo, Norway

2002: Oslo, NorwayThe Many Faces of Philosophy of Education: Traditions, Problems, and Challenges08-11 August 2002 Plenary / keynote presentations Jan Bengtsson: The many identities of pedagogy as a challenge. A life-world ontological contribution to the discussion of the philosophy of science of pedagogy Vincent Colapietro: Cultivating the arts of enquiry, interpretation and criticism: A Peircean […]

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2000: Sydney, Australia

2000: Sydney, AustraliaPhilosophy of Education in the New Millennium18-21 August 2000 Plenary / keynote presentations Jack Beetson (Principal: Trartby Aboriginal College): Aboriginal ways of being: towards an aboriginal philosophy Geoffrey Sherington (Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Sydney) Ilan Gur Ze’ev (University of Haifa): Philosophy of peace education in a post modern era Concurrent sessions […]

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1998: Ankara, Turkey

1998: Ankara, TurkeyEducational Rights and Entitlements25-28 August 1998 Plenary / keynote presentations Ahmet Inffiffi (Middle East Technical University, Turkey): How One Becomes Ignorant Through Education Mehmet Ali Kisakrek (Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey): Perspectives on the Turkish Educational System Concurrent sessions Andrew Davis: Do children have privacy rights in the classroom? Peggy Ann Geren: Public Discourse: […]

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1996: Johannesburg, South-Africa

1996: Johannesburg, South-AfricaConflict and Consensus: Educational, Moral and Political Dimensions20-23 August 1996 Plenary / keynote presentations David Aspin: Lifelong learning for all: Concept and conceptions Paul Hager: Lifelong education: From conflict to consensus Kenneth Strike: Liberalism, citizenship and the private interest in schooling (reply by Terence McLaughlin) Concurrent sessions David Carr: Common and personal values […]

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1994: Leuven, Belgium

1994: Leuven, BelgiumIdentity, Culture, and Education18-21 August 1994 Plenary / keynote presentations Smeyers, Paul: Introduction to the theme “Losing our identity and culture? Educational attention to particulars” Macmillan, Jim: Is community necessary? Ouasi-philosophical ruminations Tamir, Yael: The quest for identity White, John: Liberalism, nationality and education Concurrent sessions Aviram, Aharon: New humanistic curriculum: A response […]

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