Lost in Space? Education and the concept of Nature.
Studies in Philosophy and Education, 23 (2-3).
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||a) Conceptions of education b) Philosophical investigation c) Discusses the demise of the idea of nature in educational philosophy and elaborates a sense of nature as the 'self-arising' that requires us to review currently dominant technological notions of truth and knowledge and reasserts the place in education of more intuitive, local and dialogical knowledge and relationships. d) Originally given as a paper at the INPE conference in Oslo, 2002, subsequently it was selected for publication in a special isue of Studies in Philosophy and Education. Cited, for example by Robert L Chapman (2007) in paper on nature of environmental studies in Journal of Philosophy of Education 41 (1) Peer reviewed Sole author
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