Anti-human Responsibilities for a Postmodern Educator

Studies in Philosophy and Education 19 (5/6):369-385 (2000)
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Modern education has invested in exiling or normalizing violences.Its discourse seeks to implement economies, which may exerciseonly the necessary kinds of violence and avoid as much violence as possible. Postmodern education implies a new constellation in thediscourse of violence and responsibility. An ethics of violencemight have to be retraced. Education would have to implementa new array of sensitivities and violences

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