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May 03, 2017
BOOK RELEASE: Tell Them Something Beautiful by Sam Rocha
I am thrilled to announce the release of my book of essays, Tell Them Something...
December 15, 2014
Philosophers of Education in Solidarity with Ayotzinapa
Today the Committee on Race and Ethnicity of the Philosophy of Education Society released the...
December 08, 2014
Book Release: A Primer for Philosophy and Education
After countless drafts and a strong run as a self-published book, I am very happy...
July 04, 2014
A House is Not a Home: Domestic Church and the Art of Homemaking
This is part of the Patheos Catholic summer symposium, anticipating the Church's "Synod for the Family"...
June 28, 2014
Agonism, Antagonism, and Attitudes About Certainty
I think PEG really hit one nail on the head in his last post of...
June 26, 2014
Against Best Practices and Unintentional Philistinism
PEG has penned another fine rejoinder to my last, rather tedious, reply. I appreciate his...
June 22, 2014
Two Catholic Pragmatists Walk Into Bar: Illich vs. Montessori
My latest and longest reply to my esteemed Patheos colleague, Pascal Emanuel Gobry. My doctoral...
June 18, 2014
Against Methods: The Arts of the Ordinary
This is another reply to Pascal Emanuel Gobry, in particular to his recent reply to me...
June 17, 2014
What Can Go Wrong With Classical, Great Books, and Montessori?
I've written this post in reply to my esteemed Patheos colleague, Pascal Emmanuel Gobry, inspired...
April 24, 2014
“Musings” on LATE TO LOVE with Iguana
Almost two years ago, my good friend and fellow philosopher of education (at Hofstra University),...
February 13, 2014
Deschooling RED: Beyond the Fear of Failure
In 1840, Horace Mann, the first Secretary of Education in the State of New Hampshire...
February 11, 2014
Deschooling Religious Education, in Six Claims
1. Compulsory schooling came to the United States in the 18th century, during the Whig...
August 16, 2013
Compulsory Schooling and Preventative War — Or, Why Children Have to Go to School
In the secular liturgical cycle of the American year, two seasonal certainties stand out: going...
July 25, 2013
Pope Francis endorsed MY book, too!
For some time now we've all seen how much Pope Francis reiterates the central theme...
May 03, 2013
Philosophy in a Trout Stream
Over the past two summers in rural Indiana, I rekindled my life-long love of fishing....
March 05, 2013
The Teacher-Centered Classroom
Last week I gave two talks at Wabash College. The second talk was unfortunately not recorded....
February 19, 2013
Is God an Introvert? A Review of “Quiet,” by Susan Cain
Michael Richmond was not my student, with the exception of his senior comprehensive oral exam....
January 29, 2013
Space, and not being smart in an e-mail.
Sorry, readers. The end of the month is usually the time when I'm trying to...
December 31, 2012
Education, The Craft of Desire
There is a universal and inextricable relationship between desire and belief. This relationship contains and...
November 27, 2012
Two Notre Dame Rebuttals
My post yesterday defending Notre Dame produced a mostly interesting comment box --- including some...
November 16, 2012
A Proper Blog Post: Writing, Biology, Political Theory
I've made a full recovery from yesterday's outburst. I clarified a few things in comments and...
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