It has often been noted that liberal democracies are facing a serious political crisis. A common reaction to this situation is to call for more comprehensive or more effective liberal democratic education. This volume discusses some of the most important challenges to and critiques of the paradigm of liberal democratic education. In doing so, it offers novel insights into how liberal democratic education can be amended, extended or qualified to address the special challenges of the current political moment.
Julian Culp is assistant professor of philosophy at the American University of Paris.
Johannes Drerup is professor of educational theory at Technische Universität Dortmund as well as guest professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Isolde de Groot is assistant professor at the education department of the University of Humanistic studies in Utrecht.
Anders Schinkel is associate professor of philosophy of education at the VU Amsterdam.
Douglas Yacek is a postdoc and lecturer at Technische Universität Dortmund.