Against reconciliation: Constituent power, ethics, and the meaning of democratic education

@article{Lissovoy2018AgainstRC,
  title={Against reconciliation: Constituent power, ethics, and the meaning of democratic education},
  author={Noah De Lissovoy},
  journal={Power and Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={10},
  pages={125 - 138}
}
Starting from autonomist theorist Antonio Negri’s concept of constituent power and from decolonial philosopher Enrique Dussel’s notions of obediential power and the ethics of exteriority, this study outlines key principles for democratic education in the present. The article contrasts these philosophical starting points with the work of John Dewey and offers a critique of his theory of democracy, showing that a critical conception of democracy should begin from the emphasis on relationality and… Expand

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