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  1. On Being Musical: Education Towards Inclusion.Eve Ruddock - 2018 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 50 (5):489-498.
    This article questions educational practices that undermine ‘being’ musical. Where Western misconceptions about the nature of human musicality distance many individuals from meaningful engagement with an intrinsic part of their humanity, I challenge the status quo to argue for an inclusive educational practice which gives everyone an opportunity to ‘be’ musical. Despite evidence from neuroscience now supporting the understanding that humans are a musical species, the widespread neo-liberal oriented focus on vocational training fails to recognise music as an essential aspect (...)
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  • Ethics Within a Spiritual/ Metaphysical World View Towards Integral Value-Based Education. Western Philosophy: Plato, Kant, Rousseau and Hegel.Albert Ferrer - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):65-94.
    It is well-known in Western scholarship that Rousseau has been the forerunner of integral value-based pedagogies; in any case, his name stands as one of the main educationists of the West. However, the pedagogic reflections of two major philosophers of modern Europe, Kant and Hegel, have been largely overlooked, especially in the last decades. Dr. Ferrer shows in this paper that Kant and Hegel can also be regarded as forerunners of holistic value-based pedagogies. Their enlightening contributions to philosophy of education (...)
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  • On Being Musical: Education Towards Inclusion.Eve Ruddock - 2016 - Educational Philosophy and Theory:1-10.
    This article questions educational practices that undermine ‘being’ musical. Where Western misconceptions about the nature of human musicality distance many individuals from meaningful engagement with an intrinsic part of their humanity, I challenge the status quo to argue for an inclusive educational practice which gives everyone an opportunity to ‘be’ musical. Despite evidence from neuroscience now supporting the understanding that humans are a musical species, the widespread neo-liberal oriented focus on vocational training fails to recognise music as an essential aspect (...)
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