Daily Archives: October 9, 2010

Deleuze pédagogue: la fonction transcendantale de l’apprentissage et du problème

Deleuze pédagogue ” Deleuze pédagogue ” : pourquoi ce titre ? S’agit-il de rallier un grand philosophe, malgré lui, aux causes du pédagogisme ? Loin de ces stériles débats, hors des alternatives malheureuses, cette enquête sur Deleuze espère faire fonctionner … Continue reading

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Learning and Change through Action Research

Read Participatory research has a double objective. One aim is to produce knowledge and action directly useful to a group of people—through research, through adult education, and through sociopolitical action. The second aim is to empower people at a second … Continue reading

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Rhizome and Central Place Theory

Unplanning has an excellent post that re-introduces Walther Christaller’s venerable Central Place Theory and discusses it continuing role in a low-energy world. The theory, and Unplanner’s post, call into question the validity of a rhizome-lattice structure because such a lattice … Continue reading

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