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Epistemic injustice in education

A Special Issue in Educational Philosophy and Theory

[Excerpt from Dunne, G. (2022). Epistemic injustice in education. Educational Philosophy & Theory. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2022.2139238] What it means to be a knower together with the social practices through which we come to know are irreducibly complex ethical concepts. Extant analyses of epistemic injustice typically hinge on the ethical dimensions underpinning two of our basic epistemic practices, […]

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Dunne, G. (2022). Epistemic injustice in education: A Special Issue in Educational Philosophy and Theory. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/columns/epistemic-injustice-in-education/

Gerry Dunne

Gerry is a Lecturer at the Marino Institute of Education, Dublin. He is primarily interested in the area of critical thought in higher education. Much of his research is conducted in this area. Other interests include ‘expert practitioners and lofty theorists, toward finding a middle ground,’ teacher as technocrat or phronimos; argumentation theories; P4T; and the first-personal/third-personal experience of care and compassion in education.