Philosophy, Education, Society
Issue n° 14
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Opening : Is secularity taking the wrong way ?, Joël Roman (Revue Esprit)
Lexical rudiments (summary), Daniel Hameline (University of Geneva)
Notion : The reward (summary), Alain Vergnioux (University of Caen)
Report: Justice and laicity
Introduction : Laicity and social justice, Brigitte Frelat-Kahn (IUFM of Paris) and Hubert Vincent (IUFM of Versailles)
Laicity between philosophy and history (summary), Pierre Kahn (IUFM of Versailles)
Citizenship and education : 'the right to have rights' in the political philosophy of Hannah Arendt (summary), Marie-Claire Caloz-Tschopp (University of Geneva)
The issue of education at the dawn of democratic times : the analysis of Tocqueville (summary), Philippe Foray (University of Saint-Etienne)
Interest, justice and laicity (summary), Denis Meuret (University of Bourgogne)
Equity in an open system (summary), Gérard Wormser (ENS of Fontenay/Saint-Cloud)
Studies : Philosophical models of teaching (summary), Israël Scheffler (University of Harvard)
Correspondence : Reason and decision (summary), Francisco Naishtat (University of Buenos Aires)