Vol:1 No.1 (1983)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Invitation to Phenomenology + Pedagogy
Max van Manen
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Letters

How I Came to Phenomenology
Maxine Greene
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Reflections on Phenomenology and Pedagogy
Martinus Jan Langeveld
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5 - 7

Articles

The Stillness of the Secret Place
Martinus Jan Langeveld
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11 - 17
Philosophical Thinking in Young Children
Gareth Matthews
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18 - 28
Learning to Live in the Home of Language: Hearing the Pedagogic Voice as Poetic
David G. Smith
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29 - 35
Human Science as a Dialogue with Children
Ton Beekman
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36 - 44
My Face is Thine Eye, Thine in Mine Appeares: The Look of Parenting and Pedagogy
Madeleine R. Grumet
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45 - 58
Common Sense, Science and the Specialization of Knowledge
Thomas Luckmann
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59 - 73

Dialogue

Phenomenology as a Dynamic Process
Shulamit Reinharz
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77 - 79
Common Sense and Science: Adversaries or Friends? A Comment on Luckmann
Amedeo Giorgi
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80 - 86

Dissertation Reviews

Growing up with Divorced Parents: A Phenomenological Study of Preschool Children’s Experiences, by Ann L. Wood
David G. Smith
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89 - 92
The Encounter Between Reader and Text, by Margaret Hunsberger
David Dillon
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93 - 95
Reflecting on the Meaning of Curriculum Through a Hermeneutic Interpretation of Student-Teaching, by Francine Hoim Hultgren
William H. Schubert
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96 - 100

Book Reviews

The Erosion of Childhood, by Valerie Polakow Suransky
Ton Beekman
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103 - 105
The Hermeneutic Imagination Outline of a Positive Critique of Scientism and Sociology, by Josef Bleicher
Valerie Polakow Suranksy
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103 - 105
Philosophy and the Young Child, by G. B. Matthews
Loren Barritt
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109 - 112

Contributors

Contributors
113 - 114

Credit

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