Jim Garrison and Larry Hickman

Dewey scholars Jim Garrison and Larry Hickman sat down with the Ikeda Center in early October 2010 to discuss the Deweyian perspective on democracy, education, peacebuilding, American Exceptionalism, and the interaction of ends and means in the quest for social progress. Jim Garrison is Professor of Philosophy of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning, Virginia Tech University. Larry Hickman is Director, Center for Dewey Studies, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Larry Hickman: Dewey's Active Peacebuilding

Larry Hickman: Global Citizenship Education

Larry Hickman: Education for Democracy

Larry Hickman: Good and Bad American Exceptionalism

Jim Garrison: Dewey and the Interaction of Ends and Means

Jim Garrison: The Means and Ends of Civil Disobedience

Jim Garrison: Ever-expanding Democracy

Jim Garrison: The Role of Interest in Learning

Jim Garrison: Valuing Difference in Democratic Society

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