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Philosophy of Education
We are pleased to announce, having been passed through peer review, that our articles on 'Philosophy of Education' and 'Michel Foucault' have just been published on Oxford Bibliographies in Philosophy and are available at www.oxfordbibliographies.com.
PESA members can forward their suggestions for additional references in the Philosophy of Education entry for consideration to any one of the three authors. We already have a number of such suggestions especially to Analytic Philosophy of Education.
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Michael A. Peters