Academic journal article Knowledge Cultures

Introduction to an Experiment

Academic journal article Knowledge Cultures

Introduction to an Experiment

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Late last year I wrote to a group of scholars about a possible experiment with my new journal Knowledge Cultures under the heading of "Education, Philosophy and Political Economy" with an invitation to respond in a short piece to an article I wrote called "Four Contexts for Philosophy of Education and its Relation to Economic Policy". This is the brief invitation I sent out.

   Dear colleagues,

   I wrote to some of you recently to ask you to provide a few review
   sentences of a short piece I wrote called "Four Contexts for
   Philosophy of Education and its Relation to Economic Policy" and
   everyone responded so generously.

   Some of you even wrote significantly long piece that it encourage
   me to initiate an editorial experiment. This is an invitation to
   write a piece on the topic of "Education, Philosophy and Political
   Economy". It can be any length but ideally I would suggest 3-1,000
   words; thus a succinct statement. It should be a quick turnaround
   (say, a month) and ideally focus on the following kinds of issues:
   the relationship between liberalism and neoliberalism,
   public-private, freedom-equality etc. If you wish to participate
   let me know, then share your contribution with the group and I will
   publish the results in Knowledge Cultures.

   Yours, Michael

   PS You may of course respond to my piece (or not). I am attaching
   it to this message for those of you who have not read it and I will
   probably try to improve on it without increasing the word length
   too much. … 
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