Harvard Educational Review
  1. Winter 1991 Issue »

    Dialogue across Differences

    Continuing the Conversation

    Nicholas C. Burbules and Suzanne Rice
    Two trends within postmodern thought are discussed--one that extends and redefines modernist principles such as democracy, reason and equality, and the other that deconstructs and rejects these principles. The redefinition of modernist principles offers educators the most hopeful and useful conception of dialogue across differences, especially differences in social power.

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