Education, Dialogue and Hermeneutics Paul Fairfield Education, Dialogue and Hermeneutics takes a variety of principles and themes from philosophical hermeneutics, drawing on insights from major figures such as Martin Heidegger, Hans Georg Gadamer and Paul Ricoeur, and applies them to issues in Hermeneutics Wikipedia Hermeneutics and Education Shaun Gallagher is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Canisius College, and co editor of the forthcoming book, Merleau Ponty, Hermeneutics, and Postmodernism, which will Hermeneutics and Education sunypress The author s arguments in defense of his moderate theory of education are clearly expressed, carefully reasoned, and tied to an extremely impressive spectrum of documentation The breadth of scholarship going into this work, as well as the depth of understanding of the history of hermeneutics and Gadamer s Truth and Method , are superb. Hermeneutics Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy HERMENEUTICS AND EDUCATION UNDERSTANDING, CONTROL, Associate Professor in the College of Education at the University of Washington, Box , Seattle, WA Her primary areas of scholarship are the implications of hermeneutics for education and educational research and interpretive inquiry. HERMENEUTICS UW College of Education hermeneutics with epistemological hermeneutics The other appreciates Gadamer s ontological social science but argues that it must be supplemented by method and theory In conclusion, the entry will briefly review how educational philosophers use hermeneutics to Hermeneutics and Education SUNY series in An excellent application of Hermeneutics for educsators on every level The problem with American Education is that it is informational This work explicates the incremental nature of education its formational emphasis No amount of money will ever correct the American malaise in education until its perspective converts to GADAMER S PHILOSOPHICAL HERMENEUTICS ON EDUCATION of interpretation inherent in a hermeneutics of suspicion While he did not write extensively on the subject of education, Gadamer is credited with developing a hermeneutics not as an attempt to prescribe a method or set of methods for understanding but to discover what is common to all modes of understanding and to show that Hermeneutics and Critical Hermeneutics Exploring Hermeneutics has much to offer those interested in qualitative inquiry, and is especially suitable for work of a textual and interpretive nature, yet writings in hermeneutics are frequently viewed as dense and impenetrable, particularly to North American audiences and those unfamiliar with the Continental Philosophical tradition....
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Hermeneutics and Education Reviews
This book got my excited about rhetoric again. There's potential, once more, for me to think about the power of interpretation in critical pedagogy. How we "read the world", that is, is critical.That said, I didn't actually feel as thought Gallagher gave a fair shake to critical / radical hermeneutics. But the book as a whole provided a nice overview to essential viewpoints.
I wanted to read more about the hermeneutics of suspicion and trust and most of the sources I found pointed to this book, which turned out to be the most insightful book in philosophy or educational theory I've read in years. Gallagher's heuristic of four hermeneutical traditions (conservative, moderate, critical and radical) is so lucid and helpful, I wish I'd known about it when it was first published in 1992!