Phenomenology & Practice

ISSN: 1913-4711

Phenomenology & Practice is a refereed, human science journal dedicated to the study of the lived experience of a broad range of human practices.


Phenomenology & Practice invites submissions for our up-coming general, non-themed, issues in the Spring and Fall of 2014, and for 2015 as well. Please see the author guidelines for further details on submissions for the journal

Vol 8, No 2 (2014): Special Issue: "Forgotten Connections" Thirty years after

Table of Contents

Editorials

Editorial Abstract PDF
Bas Levering, Tone Saevi 1-6

Articles

Klaus Mollenhauer's "Forgotten Connections": A sketch of a general pedagogic Abstract PDF
Stein M. Wivestad 7-14
The return of pedagogic: On the Dutch translation of Klaus Mollenhauer’s Vergessene Zusammenhänge Abstract PDF
Woulter Pols 15-19
Mollenhauer & Forgotten Connections: An Intellectual/Biographical Sketch Abstract PDF
Norm Friesen 20-25
Differentiating Scholarly Generations: On Hitler’s child soldiers, 60’s Revolutionaries and Forgotten Connections Abstract PDF
Alex Aßmann 26-33
Remembering forgotten connections: Klaus Mollenhauer’s opening to theorising education differently Abstract PDF
Gert Biesta 34-38
Mollenhauer and the pedagogical relation: A general pedagogic from the margins Abstract PDF
Tone Saevi 39-44
Forgotten Romantic and Enlightenment Connections: A personal approach to Mollenhauer’s seminal works Abstract PDF
Stefan Hopmann 45-49
An elementary educational issue of our times? Klaus Mollenhauer’s (un)contemporary concern Abstract PDF
Jan Masschelein 50-54
Mollenhauer’s hermeneutics: Tempting and Risky Abstract PDF
Bas Levering 55-61

Other

Author Biographies PDF
  62-63

Reviews

The Scholarly and Pathic Cavalier: Max van Manen’s Phenomenology of Practice Abstract PDF
Peter Willis 64-69


ISSN: 1913-4711