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Larry Hickman and Jim Garrison
Dewey, Democracy, Education, and More

In early October 2010, Dewey scholars Jim Garrison of Virginia Tech University and Larry Hickman of Southern Illinois University sat down with the Ikeda Center to discuss the Deweyian perspective on democracy, education, peacebuilding, American Exceptionalism, and the interaction of ends and means in the quest for social progress. (11 clips, 10/1/10)

 

 

CLIPS:

01: Larry Hickman – Dewey's active peacebuilding (5:15)

02: Larry Hickman – Fostering conditions for true democracy (1:07)

03: Larry Hickman – Global citizenship education (3:23)

04: Larry Hickman – Education for democracy (2:29)

05: Larry Hickman – Good and bad American Exceptionalism (1:59)

06: Larry Hickman – Dewey and the interaction of ends and means (3:48)

07: Jim Garrison – Dewey and the interaction of ends and means (3:49)

08: Jim Garrison – The means & ends of civil disobedience (3:29)

09: Jim Garrison – Ever-expanding democracy (3:22)

10: Jim Garrison – Valuing difference in democratic society (3:59)

11: Jim Garrison – The role of interest in learning (1:08)

 

 

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