Ralph Ings Bannell


Associate Professor in the Department of Education of PUC-Rio. BA in Philosophy from the University of Stirling, Scotland, with an exchange year at the University of California at Berkeley. MA and D.Phil in Social and Political Thought from the University of Sussex, England. He works in graduate and undergraduate courses teaching the Philosophy of Education disciplines. His research articulates two main axes: 1) Rationality and cognition, especially theories of the sociability of reason and theories of the embodied, situated, extended and enactive mind and their implications for learning theories. 2) Political philosophy and its implications for education, especially the limits of liberalism, education for citizenship, educational justice and the political economy of Educational policies. Personal site.

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