Guest Editor: Tomas Englund
JCS 38 (5), September 2006
Through his theoretical framework, Habermas provides some basic starting points for an analysis of the relationship between society and education. However, the implications for education can be interpreted in different ways. The papers in this special issue attempt to make use of the later works of Habermas in the field of education to pursue these implications.
Tomas Englund, Introduction: Jurgen Habermas and education
Tomas Englund, Deliberative communication: a pragmatist proposal
Mikael Carleheden, Towards democratic foundations: a Habermasian perspective on the politics of education
Ylva Boman, The struggle between conflicting beliefs: on the promise of education
Klas Roth, Deliberation in national and post-national education