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Unveiling the authoritative voice
In the current state of writing education, our prescriptivist, statistically-driven definitions of literacy squelch the life-affirming power of self-expression through literate acts. Moreover, such rigid exclusivism is ...
No longer a dull book
Ralph Waldo Emerson has received scant attention as a philosopher of reading. One reason for his absence as a philosopher in the literature on reading theory could be connected to the challenges his writings pose, as Zwarg ...
Children in egalitarian society
Egalitarian and justice theorists are frequently occupied with developing mechanisms and institutions to bring about equality in a society of citizens. However, discussions of children as future citizens rarely appear in ...