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Part I - Traditions in Ethics and Education

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 March 2024

Sheron Fraser-Burgess
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Ball State University, Indiana
Jessica Heybach
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Florida International University
Dini Metro-Roland
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Western Michigan University
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This part invites the reader to survey a variety of ethical traditions that have historically informed, and still inform, our educational thought and practice. Dedicating a section to ethical traditions in education comes with obvious challenges. Not only is there an almost infinite number of traditions one could justifiably consider; it is also unclear what traditions rooted in the past can contribute to the complex and ever-changing concerns of the present age. Some of our readers no doubt share Hannah Arendt’s view that the dismantling of metaphysics has also meant that “the thread of tradition is broken and that we shall not be able to renew it,” leaving us with little more than “a fragmented past, which has lost its certainty of evaluation.”

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