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The Ways We Think : From the Straits of Reason to the Possibilities of Thought.

By: Series: Journal of Philosophy of Education SerPublisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (274 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781119129578
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ways We Think : From the Straits of Reason to the Possibilities of ThoughtDDC classification:
  • 370.15/2
LOC classification:
  • LB1590.3 -- .W542 2016eb
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Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Today's Thinking: Following the Lines of Rationalism -- INTRODUCTION -- THE POLICY AND PRACTICE OF THINKING -- Thinking in Educational Policy -- Thinking in Practice -- Some Initial Questions -- THINKING IN THEORY -- Introduction -- Critical Thinking -- Thinking Skills -- Richer than Rationalism? -- Philosophy for Children -- Philosophy in Schools -- Summary -- THE SUBJECT OF THOUGHT -- Thinking as Representation -- The Thinking Subject -- THE EXPERIENCE OF THINKING -- Possible Challenges -- A Phenomenological Route -- Overview of Book -- NOTES -- Chapter 2 A Brief Detour: 'Authentic' and 'Poetic' Thinking -- INTRODUCTION -- AUTHENTIC THINKING -- POETIC THINKING -- PROBLEMS WITH BONNETT'S ACCOUNT -- Problems with Authentic Thinking -- Problems with Poetic Thinking -- BEYOND BONNETT -- NOTES -- Chapter 3 'Ahead of All Beaten Tracks': Ryle, Heidegger, and the Ways of Thinking -- 'AHEAD OF ALL BEATEN TRACKS' -- A SHARED PATH -- Introduction -- Ryle's Positive Reception of Phenomenology -- Heidegger's Indebtedness to Husserl -- Ryle Contra Phenomenology -- Heidegger's Critique of Husserl -- Summary -- AT THE CROSSROADS -- Introduction -- Ryle's Interpretation of Heidegger -- The Knowledge Objection -- The Charge of Subjectivism -- FORGING A NEW PATH -- Introduction -- Being-in-the-World Reconsidered -- Returning to Ryle -- Meaning and Interpretation -- Truth as Disclosure and Truth as Correctness -- RYLE REVISITED -- WAYS OF THINKING -- NOTES -- Chapter 4 A Way Beyond: Thinking Responsibly with Heidegger -- INTRODUCTION -- THE TURN TO LANGUAGE -- Language in Question -- Language as Representation -- Language as Productive -- Language and Poiesis -- Revealing and Concealing -- A WAY BEYOND -- Beyond Subjectivism -- The Context of Disclosure.
Responsiveness, Not Resignation -- An Example -- THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THINKING -- Implications and Consequences -- Example One: The Cabinet Maker's Apprentice -- Example Two: The Jug and the Fourfold -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter 5 Following the Sign: Derrida and the Language of Thought -- INTRODUCTION -- A THEMATIC POINT -- ROUTE ONE: PAST STRUCTURALISM -- Traditional View of Signs -- Sassurean Foundations -- Glimpsing the Opening -- DERRIDA'S ACCOUNT OF SIGNS -- Saussure's Relapse -- Derrida's Critique -- Writing and 'Arche-Writing' -- TWO KEY NOTIONS -- Difference and Differance -- The Metaphysics of Presence -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter 6 Out of the Ordinary: Incorporating Limits with Derrida and Austin -- INTRODUCTION -- AUSTIN -- From Descriptions to Performatives -- Meaning, Thoughts, and Contexts -- Summary -- RETRACING DERRIDA -- Loose Ends -- Austin's Exclusions -- 'So What?' Objections -- Ditches and Differences -- CAVELL'S CRITIQUE -- Introducing Cavell -- Cavell's Challenge -- Responding to Cavell -- Cavell Reconsidered -- OUT OF THE ORDINARY -- NOTES -- Chapter 7 The Way Before the Way Before: Crossing Paths with Heidegger and Derrida -- INTRODUCTION -- PRELIMINARY THREADS -- EARLY -- Spirit of  Being and Time -- The Question of the Question -- MIDDLE -- Spirit of the 'Rectorship Address' -- Political Questions -- Politics and Metaphysics -- Humanism and Presence -- Geopolitics and the German Language -- EARLIER -- From Gesitig to Geistlich -- The Conversation with Trakl -- The Promise -- An Impassable Path? -- ANOTHER WAY TO THE OTHER -- THE WAY BEFORE THE WAY BEFORE -- NOTES -- Chapter 8 A Weaving of the Ways: The Open Possibilities of Thought -- INTRODUCTION -- REVISTING RATIONALISM -- Educational Policy and Practice -- Rationalism in Theory -- Rationalistic Assumptions -- AN ALTERNATIVE PICTURE -- NEW WAYS OF THINKING.
Thinking against Representation -- Beyond the 'Subject' -- Re-thinking Aims -- Further Clarifications -- Summary -- RE-THINKING THINKING EDUCATION -- Lived Experience -- Example One: A Lesson in Argument -- Two Alternative Examples -- A (Not So) Final Word -- Bibliography -- Index -- EULA.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Today's Thinking: Following the Lines of Rationalism -- INTRODUCTION -- THE POLICY AND PRACTICE OF THINKING -- Thinking in Educational Policy -- Thinking in Practice -- Some Initial Questions -- THINKING IN THEORY -- Introduction -- Critical Thinking -- Thinking Skills -- Richer than Rationalism? -- Philosophy for Children -- Philosophy in Schools -- Summary -- THE SUBJECT OF THOUGHT -- Thinking as Representation -- The Thinking Subject -- THE EXPERIENCE OF THINKING -- Possible Challenges -- A Phenomenological Route -- Overview of Book -- NOTES -- Chapter 2 A Brief Detour: 'Authentic' and 'Poetic' Thinking -- INTRODUCTION -- AUTHENTIC THINKING -- POETIC THINKING -- PROBLEMS WITH BONNETT'S ACCOUNT -- Problems with Authentic Thinking -- Problems with Poetic Thinking -- BEYOND BONNETT -- NOTES -- Chapter 3 'Ahead of All Beaten Tracks': Ryle, Heidegger, and the Ways of Thinking -- 'AHEAD OF ALL BEATEN TRACKS' -- A SHARED PATH -- Introduction -- Ryle's Positive Reception of Phenomenology -- Heidegger's Indebtedness to Husserl -- Ryle Contra Phenomenology -- Heidegger's Critique of Husserl -- Summary -- AT THE CROSSROADS -- Introduction -- Ryle's Interpretation of Heidegger -- The Knowledge Objection -- The Charge of Subjectivism -- FORGING A NEW PATH -- Introduction -- Being-in-the-World Reconsidered -- Returning to Ryle -- Meaning and Interpretation -- Truth as Disclosure and Truth as Correctness -- RYLE REVISITED -- WAYS OF THINKING -- NOTES -- Chapter 4 A Way Beyond: Thinking Responsibly with Heidegger -- INTRODUCTION -- THE TURN TO LANGUAGE -- Language in Question -- Language as Representation -- Language as Productive -- Language and Poiesis -- Revealing and Concealing -- A WAY BEYOND -- Beyond Subjectivism -- The Context of Disclosure.

Responsiveness, Not Resignation -- An Example -- THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THINKING -- Implications and Consequences -- Example One: The Cabinet Maker's Apprentice -- Example Two: The Jug and the Fourfold -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter 5 Following the Sign: Derrida and the Language of Thought -- INTRODUCTION -- A THEMATIC POINT -- ROUTE ONE: PAST STRUCTURALISM -- Traditional View of Signs -- Sassurean Foundations -- Glimpsing the Opening -- DERRIDA'S ACCOUNT OF SIGNS -- Saussure's Relapse -- Derrida's Critique -- Writing and 'Arche-Writing' -- TWO KEY NOTIONS -- Difference and Differance -- The Metaphysics of Presence -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- Chapter 6 Out of the Ordinary: Incorporating Limits with Derrida and Austin -- INTRODUCTION -- AUSTIN -- From Descriptions to Performatives -- Meaning, Thoughts, and Contexts -- Summary -- RETRACING DERRIDA -- Loose Ends -- Austin's Exclusions -- 'So What?' Objections -- Ditches and Differences -- CAVELL'S CRITIQUE -- Introducing Cavell -- Cavell's Challenge -- Responding to Cavell -- Cavell Reconsidered -- OUT OF THE ORDINARY -- NOTES -- Chapter 7 The Way Before the Way Before: Crossing Paths with Heidegger and Derrida -- INTRODUCTION -- PRELIMINARY THREADS -- EARLY -- Spirit of  Being and Time -- The Question of the Question -- MIDDLE -- Spirit of the 'Rectorship Address' -- Political Questions -- Politics and Metaphysics -- Humanism and Presence -- Geopolitics and the German Language -- EARLIER -- From Gesitig to Geistlich -- The Conversation with Trakl -- The Promise -- An Impassable Path? -- ANOTHER WAY TO THE OTHER -- THE WAY BEFORE THE WAY BEFORE -- NOTES -- Chapter 8 A Weaving of the Ways: The Open Possibilities of Thought -- INTRODUCTION -- REVISTING RATIONALISM -- Educational Policy and Practice -- Rationalism in Theory -- Rationalistic Assumptions -- AN ALTERNATIVE PICTURE -- NEW WAYS OF THINKING.

Thinking against Representation -- Beyond the 'Subject' -- Re-thinking Aims -- Further Clarifications -- Summary -- RE-THINKING THINKING EDUCATION -- Lived Experience -- Example One: A Lesson in Argument -- Two Alternative Examples -- A (Not So) Final Word -- Bibliography -- Index -- EULA.

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