- Conversable Worlds
- Oxford University Press
This chapter develops a contrast between Hazlitt and Coleridge to offer some thoughts on the relation between these different ideas of conversation for the understanding of ‘the conversation of culture’ today, especially in relation to pedagogy in the university and the pressure towards the smooth ‘flow’ of information as the hegemonic form of education.
Hazlitt, Coleridge, Habermas, MacIntyre, de Certeau, culture, pedagogy
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