chapter  11
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And now the end is near. However, before drawing a curtain over this particular text, it becomes necessary to write a closing chapter-a task which presents us with a problem. Final chapters are normally conceived as a set of conclusions, summarising the lines of argument developed earlier and putting forward propositions for the future. For educationalists struggling with the implications of the postmodern moment, it would be understandable to follow Lenin and ask: what is to be done?