Contents: Randall Hewitt: A Preface – Shirley R. Steinberg: The Philosophical Soul: Where Did It Come From? Where Did It Go?
– Dennis Carlson: Eyes of the Education Faculty: Derrida, Philosophy, and Teacher Education in the Postmodern University –
Robert V. Bullough, Jr./Craig Kridel: Lost Soul: The Eradication of Philosophy from Colleges of Education – Paul Theobald/Clifton
S. Tanabe: «It’s Just the Way Things Are:» The Lamentable Erosion of Philosophy in Teacher Education – P. L. Thomas/Ed Weichel:
The Practitioner Has No Clothes: Resisting Practice Divorced from Philosophy in Teacher Education and the Classroom – David
Kennedy: After Socrates: Community of Philosophical Inquiry and the New World Order – John E. Petrovic/Aaron M. Kunz: (Re)placing:
Foundations in Education: Politics of Survival in Conservative Times – James H. Adams/Natalie G. Adams: Vocational Education
and the Continuing Struggle for Critical Democratic Pedagogy – George J. Sefa Dei/Marlon Simmons: Indigenous Knowledge and
the Challege for Rethinking Conventional Educational Philosophy: A Ghanaian Case Study – Clar Doyle/John Hoben: No Room for
Wonder – Barbara J. Thayer-Bacon: Philosophy Applied to Education, Revisited – Craig A. Cunningham: Cultivating Unique Potential
in Schools: Revisioning Democratic Teacher Education – David A. Granger/Jane Fowler Morse: Pluralism and Praxis: Philosophy
of Education for Teachers – Susan Schramm-Pate: Taking Teacher Education into Alien Terrain: The Future of Educational Theorizing
– Greg Seals: On the Importance of Philosophy to the Study of Teachers – Douglas J. Simpson/Lee S. Duemer: Philosophy of Education:
Looking Back to the Crossroads and Forward to the Possibilities – William B. Stanley: Education, Philosophy, and the Cultivation
of Humanity – Joe L. Kincheloe: A Critical Complex Epistemology of Practice – Joe L. Kincheloe: Appendix 1: The Southern Epistemology
– Joe L. Kincheloe: Appendix 2: Soul.