The inherent ethics and integrity of education
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Abstract. The paper begins with some introductory remarks that explain why understanding education as a coherent human practice is necessary for a proper account of ethics in the field of education. The authors take three steps: presenting education as a practice in its own right, discussing the concept of thinking in the context of educational practice and finally revealing some practical consequences of the inherent ethics of education. The paper invites readers to further investigation rather than giving ready-at-hand answers. It challenges conventional approaches to ethics in education and seeks to provide a more adequate and appropriate context for pedagogical discourse on ethics.
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