Education and Non-domination: Reflections from the Radical Tradition

  title={Education and Non-domination: Reflections from the Radical Tradition},
  author={Judith Suissa},
  journal={Studies in Philosophy and Education},
  • J. Suissa
  • Published 11 April 2019
  • Education
  • Studies in Philosophy and Education
This paper explores the implications of a radical republican conception of freedom as non-domination, rooted in the anarchist tradition. In discussing both the non-statist theoretical frameworks and the practical educational experiments associated with this tradition, I suggest that it can add a valuable dimension to recent critical work in philosophy of education that draws on the republican idea of freedom as non-domination. 

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