chapter  9
The Priority of Ethics Over Ontology, the Issue of Forgiveness and Education: Levinas’s Face-to-Face Ethics
ByMARIANNA PAPASTEPHANOU
Pages 16

Philosophers of education witness much emphasis on measurability, high standards, the promotion of excellence, and other clichés of modern educational priorities. Many of them respond to that emphasis with diagnoses of the limits and tacit complicities of liberalism and efforts to enlarge educational conceptual horizons through new philosophical encounters.1