By Nelson Goodman
'Like Dewey, he has revolted opposed to the empiricist dogma and the Kantian dualisms that have compartmentalized philosophical thought...Unlike Dewey, he has supplied designated incisive argumentation, and has proven simply the place the dogmas and dualisms holiday down' - Richard Rorty, "The Yale Review".
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To return to my opening critique of reflection, the danger, perhaps, is that we allow it to become constitutive of our shared moral endeavours rather than constituted by them. Reflection is one of the deliberative strategies we use to explore collectively what is worthwhile in knowledge. REFERENCES Elliott, J. (1998). The Curriculum Experiment. Buckingham: Open University Press. Kushner, S. (2000). Personalising Evaluation. London: Sage. Kushner, S. (1992). The Music Case: Innovation in the Conservatoire.
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Teachers cannot question national educational goals and purposes. This is to say that the moral (reflective) trajectories of young people and their teachers are moving in different directions and at different speeds. While young people spend their lives reflecting, teachers are busy with compliance and survival. Teachers struggle to find independent, autonomous action for Stenhousian projects. At the time of writing, England is traumatised by the sudden emergence of suicide bombing, taken aback by the apparent spontaneity of its horrible emergence.