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Naoko Saito is Associate Professor of Education at Kyoto University, Japan. Her publications include The Gleam of Light: Moral Perfectionism and Education in Dewey and Emerson (2005).
Paul Standish is Professor of Philosophy of Education and Head of the Centre for Philosophy and Education at UCL Institute of Education, UK. His many publications include The Therapy of Education (2007), co-authored with Paul Smeyers and Richard Smith, and The Philosophy of Nurse Education (2007), co-edited with John Drummond. With Naoko Saito he has also co-edited Stanley Cavell and the Education of Grownups (2012) and Education and the Kyoto School of Philosophy: Pedagogy for Human Transformation (2012). He was previously Editor of the Journal of Philosophy of Education and is Chair Elect of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain.
1. Introduction, Naoko Saito and Paul Standish / 2. Cavell: Ordinary Language as Life Form, Sandra Laugier / 3. Philosophy as Translation and the Realism of the Obscure, Naoko Saito / 4. Speaking Out of Our Impoverishment, Vincent Colapietro / 5. Founding, finding, and the materiality of language: Cavell and Agamben on the (im)possibility to speak, Joris Vlieghe / 6. Pragmatism and Suffering: From James to Orwell (and Rorty) and back again, Sami Pihlström / 7. Rebuking Hopelessness, Paul Standish / 8. Translating Our Concepts, Megan Laverty / 9. Problems in Translation, Ian Munday / 10. The untranslatable as a good thing to think with, Claudia Ruitenberg / Index