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Indigenous education and the metaphysics of presence : a worlded philosophy

Author: Carl Mika
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
Series: New directions in the philosophy of education series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Drawing upon both Western and indigenous philosophies, this book engages with the indigenous self s relationship with objects around them, and how this has changed due to colonisation through a metaphysics of presence. Chapters explore the portrayal of the self in the West, examining key philosophers from Heraclitus to Heidegger and combining important theoretical ideas alongside key events which produced a greater  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Mika
ISBN: 9781138846302 1138846309 9781315727547 1315727544
OCLC Number: 959922701
Description: xiii, 162 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
An indigenous philosophy of worldedness --
Ako: a Maori example of worldedness --
An indigenous dialogue with Heidegger: the consequences of presence --
Presence, the Maori student and writer/critic, and Ako: Novalis and Derrida --
Cause for optimism?
Series Title: New directions in the philosophy of education series.
Responsibility: Carl Mika.

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Drawing upon both Western and indigenous philosophies, this book engages with the indigenous self s relationship with objects around them, and how this has changed due to colonisation through a metaphysics of presence. Chapters explore the portrayal of the self in the West, examining key philosophers from Heraclitus to Heidegger and combining important theoretical ideas alongside key events which produced a greater reliance on visibility and appearance in the classroom, and in the language of education. The changes that have taken place surrounding visibility, appearance, certainty and hiddenness have influenced indigenous populations and their approaches to presence and education.

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'Indigenous Education and the Metaphysics of Presence articulates a fundamental challenge to western thought, namely, the deep implicancy (entanglement), which is the core of Indigenous Metaphysics. Read more...

 
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