Dwelling, building, thinking: a post-constructivist perspective on education, learning, and development

Boston: Brill Sense (2018)
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Toward post-constructivist epistemology -- Respecting common sense and first-person perspective -- On method -- Looking ahead -- Being is dwelling -- Dwelling grounds building and thinking -- The foundation of dwelling -- From epistemology to environmental ethics -- Response to a world in crisis -- On being rooted -- The earth does not move - literally -- The ground of the image -- Fostering the taking of roots -- On getting the earth to move -- Uprooting | rooting -- Cultivating culture -- Cultivating (an interest in) science -- Nacherzeugung and nachverstehen -- Nacherzeugung, nachverstehen, and the cultivation of culture -- Emergence of the image -- An empirical case -- Recon/naissance: from first movements to symbolic gestures -- Ideation implies intersubjectivity and history -- Multiplicity, bifurcations, pregnance -- Movement and the birth of form -- Becoming aware -- Aspect dawning -- An empirical investigation -- A post-constructivist perspective on the coming of awareness -- The invisible body -- A mysterious illness -- Pathos and learning -- Our animate bodies and school learning -- Disappearance of the subject -- On theory and its relation to life -- Memorable moments of classroom life -- Inchoate living vs. an experience -- Life and its mimesis -- Concrete human psychology -- The subject-in-the-making -- The subject* as patient -- L'interloque -- The death of autopoiesis -- There is (a) life after constructivism.



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