Poststructuralism, Philosophy, Pedagogy
This book has been quite long in the making. In its original format, but with some different chapters, and with the then publisher, it foundered (as did other volumes in the planned series). At the in press stage, when we obviously thought it was going ahead, it was suddenly canned. Quite distraught I closed it away in a desk drawer for a year or so. But then Joy Carp of Kluwer Academic Publishers expressed an interest in it, and we were in business again. Most of the contributors to the original volume have stayed with it, only to be delayed by myself, for a variety of reasons (but see the dedication). I had been writing on Michel Foucault for a number of years but had become concerned about mis-appropriations of his ideas and works in educational literature. I was also concerned about the increasingly intemperate babble in that literature of the notion of postmodernism. Indeed at one major educational conference in North America I listened to a person expounding postmodernism in terms of ‘Destroy, Destroy, Destroy’. Like Michel Foucault I am not quite sure what postmodernism is, but following Mark Poster’s account of poststructuralism - as merely a collective term to catch a number of French thinkers – I thought that what we had to do in education was to look at what particular thinkers had said, and not become involved in vapid discussion at an abstract level on ‘-isms’. Thus the book was conceived.
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WORLDWAR II 1968
EDUCATION AFTER DECONSTRUCTION
THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE CAPITALISM
DOING FOUCAULDIAN RESEARCH IN EDUCATION
POSTSTRUCTURALISM CRITICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND SCHOOLED BODIES
SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION
JULIA KRISTEVAS MYSTERY OF THE SUBJECT IN PROCESS
Althusser Althusser’s analysis Archaeology argues Beauvoir Bennington Biesta chapter concept condition of possibility constituted context critical pedagogy critical psychology critique culture deconstruction Deleuze Deleuze’s Deleuzian Derrida’s writing desire dialectic différance differend Discipline discourse existentialism feminist France French Freud genealogy Guattari Habermas Hegel Heidegger human humanist ideas identity Imaginary individual intellectual Interviews Jacques Derrida Jacques Lacan Jean-François Lyotard Kant knowledge Kristeva Lacan language Lévi-Strauss logic London Lyotard Marshall Marx Marxism May-June meaning metanarratives metaphysics of presence Michel Foucault mirror stage modern Morss Nietzsche notion object Olssen original particular pedagogy Peters philosophy political position Postmodern Condition poststructuralism poststructuralist practices present psychoanalysis published question reading refers rejection relations revolt Routledge Sartre says sciences semiotic sense signifier social Socialisme ou Barbarie society structuralist subject in process Symbolic technologies themes theoretical theory thinkers totalising traditional Transl unconscious University Press York