John Dewey and the Habits of Ethical Life: The Aesthetics of Political Organizing in a Liquid World
By: Jason Kosnoski (author)Hardback
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This book uses John Dewey to articulate discursive practices that would help citizens form better intellectual and moral relationships with a 'liquid' global political environment characterized by flexible accumulation, uneven development, and other phenomenon produced by what Frederic Jameson characterizes increased 'space-time compression.' These practices, derived from Dewey's aesthetic interpretation of thinking and effective classroom practice, form the basis of an 'ethical life' encouraging individuals to build meditative links between their particular interests and their more universal implications.
Jason Kosnoski is assistant professor of political science at the University of Michigan.
1 ABBREVIATIONS FOR FREQUENTLY CITED TEXTS 2 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 3 INTRODUCTION Chapter 4 1. MAPPING A LIQUID WORLD Chapter 5 2. NEO-HABERMASIAN SITTLICHKEIT AND SOCIAL MEDIATION Chapter 6 3. RECONSTRUCTION: SOCIAL MEDIATION IN A LIQUID SOCIETY Chapter 7 4. THE HABITS OF THINKING: LINKING ONESELF TO THE LIQUID WORLD Chapter 8 5. MAPPING THE LIQUID PUBLIC Chapter 9 6. THE CLASSROOM/ASSOCIATION AND THE TEACHER/ORGANIZER 10 CONCLUSION 11 BIBLIOGRAPHY 12 INDEX
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