倫理学と自己:他者性と義務の現象学<br>Ethics and Selfhood : Alterity and the Phenomenology of Obligation

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倫理学と自己:他者性と義務の現象学
Ethics and Selfhood : Alterity and the Phenomenology of Obligation

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基本説明

A minimal requirement for ethics is that of guarding against genocide. To guard against this, Mensch argues that we must attain the critical distance required for ethical judgment without assuming a superhuman position.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction 1 (16)
1. Selfhood and Certainty 17 (20)
2. Empathy and Self-Presence 37 (12)
3. The Divided Self: A Phenomenological History 49 (48)
of Ethics
4. Rescue and the Origin of Responsibility 97 (24)
5. An Ethics of Framing 121(26)
6. Freedom and Alterity 147(24)
7. Alterity and Society 171(14)
Notes 185(20)
Bibliography 205(6)
Name Index 211(2)
Subject Index 213

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Preface ix

Acknowledgments xiii

Part 1: Introduction

Chapter 1. School Reform and Educational 3 (12)

Improvement: Challenges and Responses

Chapter 2. Attachment and Knowledge 15 (14)

Chapter 3. Building the Education Field: 29 (12)

Getting Parents, Schools, and Communities

Together

Chapter 4. Baltimore, the Schools, and the 41 (18)

Southeast Education Task Force

Part 2: Research as a Way of Getting Started

Chapter 5. Getting Started, Getting Bearings 59 (14)

Part 3: Participation

Chapter 6. Creating the Southeast Education 73 (14)

Task Force

Chapter 7. Organizing Networks for Southeast 87 (10)

Education: Engaging the School System

Chapter 8. Organizing Networks for Southeast 97 (24)

Education: Connecting with Parents and

Community Institutions

Part 4: Action

Chapter 9. Doing Something 121 (8)

Chapter 10. Education and the Empowerment Zone: 129 (18)

Participation in the Service of Action

Part 5: Research as a Means to Action

Chapter 11. Acting as a Way of Knowing: Action 147 (14)

Research

Chapter 12. Knowing as a Means to Acting: 161 (20)

Research for Action

Part 6: Money

Chapter 13. Money Matters: The Costs of 181 (14)

Participation, Research, and Action

Part 7: Tensions between Attachment and

Knowledge

Chapter 14. Realities and Fantasies in 195 (14)

University-Community Partnerships

Chapter 15. Why Community-School Partnerships 209 (16)

Are Unlikely

Chapter 16. Building Networks in Turbulent 225 (16)

Fields: Tension between Attachment and Knowledge

Part 8: Lessons and Conclusions

Chapter 17. Evaluating the Southeast Education 241 (16)

Task Force

Chapter 18. Can Community Action Reform Schools 257 (16)

or Improve Education?

Notes 273 (4)

References 277 (14)

Index 291