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DEWEY STUDIES | ISSN 2572-4649

Volume 5 · Number 2 · Fall 2021
SPECIAL ISSUE

AFTER THE INSURRECTION: THE CRISIS IN LIBERAL DEMOCRACY

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EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL EDITION, pp. 1-52 (PDF)
Leonard J. Waks

CO-EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION TO SECTION ONE: POLITICS AND CIVIL SOCIETY, pp. 53-70 (PDF)
Leonard J. Waks


THE SOLUTION TO THE ILLS OF DEMOCRACY IS MORE DEMOCRACY, pp. 71-80 (PDF)
Roberto Frega

THE PROBLEM IS US, pp. 81-92 (PDF)
Shannon Sullivan

FASCISM AND THE ENDURING PROBLEM OF THE LIBERAL INDIVIDUAL IN POLANYI, pp. 93-108 (PDF)
Kris Millett

HAYEK, SCEPTICISM, AND DEMOCRACY: A WITTGENSTEINIAN CRITIQUE, pp. 109-119 (PDF)
Robert Vinten

ON THE THREAT TO LIBERAL DEMOCRACY, pp. 120-131 (PDF)
Guoping Zhao

IRRATIONALISM, LIBERAL DEMOCRACIES, AND INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, pp. 132-149 (PDF)
Donatello Aramini

ANTI-DEMOCRATIC LESSONS FROM THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC? DEWEYAN-CONFUCIAN REFLECTIONS ON DEMOCRATIC ASPIRATIONS IN EAST ASIA, pp. 150-161 (PDF)
Sor-hoon Tan

EDUCATION AS A GUARDIAN DEMOCRATIC PRACTICE?, pp. 162-174 (PDF)
Stephen Chatelier

ADDRESSING TOXIC NATIONALISM WITH ADDAMS AND BALCH, pp. 175-186 (PDF)
Judy Whipps

JOHN DEWEY, GRACE LEE BOGGS, AND THE DEMOCRACY PROJECT IN THE TIME OF RIGHT-WING POPULISM, pp. 187-211 (PDF)
Wai Kit Choi

EDUCATING FOR THE DEMOCRATIC EXPERIMENT, pp. 212-224 (PDF)
Henrik Rydenfelt

POPULISM, DEMOCRATIC EXPERIMENTALISM, AND NEOLIBERALISM’S EPISTEMIC CHALLENGE TO DEMOCRACY, pp. 225-240 (PDF)
Justo Serrano Zamora

MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE IDENTITARIAN EPISTEME: DEWEY AND THE WAR ON WOKE, pp. 241-256 (PDF)
Sophie Ward

ESSAYING DEMOCRACY–COMPOSING PUBLICS, pp. 257-269 (PDF)
Vincent Colapietro

A READER’S RESPONSE TO THE CRISIS IN LIBERAL DEMOCRACY, pp. 270-281 (PDF)
Robin Friedman

CO-EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION: SECTION TWO: RESEARCH AND HIGHER EDUCATION, pp. 282-292 (PDF)
Liz Jackson

CULTIVATING THE SAPIENTIST: DEMOCRACY, EDUCATION, AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF PRAGMATISM, pp. 293-305 (PDF)
Naoko Saito

DEMOCRACY AND THE PEDAGOGIES OF DISSENT, pp. 306-316 (PDF)
Fazal Rizvi

IT’S TIME TO STUDY TRUTH AND TEACH HONESTY, pp. 317-327 (PDF)
Sarah M. Stitzlein

EDUCATION FOR MIRACLES: A RESPONSE TO DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS, pp. 328-344 (PDF)
John LeJeune

THE CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION WITH FUTURE CRISES, pp. 345-362 (PDF)
Wilson Lui & Adrian Lam

FAKE NEWS THREATENS LIBERAL DEMOCRACY: WILL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HELP PREVENT GASLIGHTING PSYCHOTIC ENEMIES?, pp. 363-387 (PDF)
Ming Ming Chui, Jeong-Nam Kim, Hyelim Lee, Yu Won Oh, & Chong-Hyun Park

JESUS, JOHN WAYNE, AND JOHN DEWEY, pp. 388-404 (PDF)
Neil Dhingra

EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL VERSUS NATIONAL UNDERSTANDING: INTERNATIONALISM IN THE CHINESE CONTEXT, pp. 405-422 (PDF)
Yan Fei & Liz Jackson

RETHINKING RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES: PUNK ETHNOGRAPHY AS A FUTURES FORMING PRACTICE, pp. 423-438 (PDF)
Elke Van dermijnsbrugge

BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES AND COMMUNITIES, pp. 439-454 (PDF)
Yulia Nesterova

ON THE ROAD TO HIGH PARTICIPATION AND DEMOCRACY? THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY OF THE CORPORATE UNIVERSITY, pp. 455-468 (PDF)
Anatoly Oleksiyenko

CO-EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION: SECTION THREE: BASIC EDUCATION, pp. 469-478 (PDF)
Sophie Ward

EDUCATION AND THE CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY, pp. 479-492 (PDF)
Giuseppe Spadafora & Maura Striano

EDUCATION, INCLUSION, AND THE CRISIS IN LIBERAL DEMOCRACY: INSIGHTS FROM SOUTH AFRICA’S RECENT HISTORY, pp. 493-503 (PDF)
Mark Mason

UNDERSTANDING AUTOCRATIC COUNTRIES’ ATTACKS ON LIBERAL DEMOCRACIES TO DEVELOP EFFECTIVE COUNTER-MEASURES, pp. 504-536 (PDF)
Ann Nonymous

THE PUBLIC AND ITS PROBLEMS IN LIBERAL DEMOCRACIES: COGNITIVE RETROGRESSION, EPISTEMIC INERTIA, AND CLOSE-MINDEDNESS IN PROBLEM SOLVING, pp. 537-553 (PDF)
Jeong-Nam Kim, James E. Grunig, & Patrick P. Ortez

QUESTING FOR CERTAINTY IN AMERICA’ S FOREVER CULTURE WAR, pp. 554-563 (PDF)
Canaan Suitt

A CRISIS OF HIDDEN UTOPIAS, pp. 564-578 (PDF)
Michelle Tourbier

HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS TO SOCIETAL INJUSTICE, pp. 579-591 (PDF)
Carla Briffett Aktaş & Koon Lin Wong

STARTING WITH WHAT WE DON’T WANT: A PHYSICIST’S APPROACH TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS AS A FRAMEWORK FOR RETHINKING EDUCATION, pp. 592-601 (PDF)
Natalie Shaw

REIMAGINING THROUGH ENCOUNTERS: DESCRIPTIVE INQUIRY AND DEMOCRACY IN SCHOOLS, pp. 602-611 (PDF)
Cara Furman & Cecilia Traugh

CHILD-CENTEREDNESS IN CHINA: HOW MIGHT DEWEY’S LEGACY SAFEGUARD DEMOCRACY TODAY?, pp. 612-634 (PDF)
Di Wang

FAILURE IN DEMOCRACY, FRAMEWORKS OF REFLECTION, AND “WE”, pp. 635-644 (PDF)
Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer

PUBLIC DISCOURSE, MORAL EDUCATION, AND REASONABLENESS, pp. 645-657 (PDF)
Michael S. Pritchard