School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

Moira von Wright

Title: Professor
School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
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Phone: +46 19303000
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Areas of responsibility

University management
Research in Education,
Steering Group for the Research school Conditions of Democracy
 Studies in Intersubjectivity and Action

Research areas

Philosophy of Education: Socio-Phenomenology & Pragmatism. Themes: Intersubjectivity, action and topography.
Guest Professor at the Humanities Studies in Pedagogy, University of Oslo, Norway.
Member of the Board of the Nordic Educational Research Association, NERA/NFPF, and the Journal Nordisk Pedagogik/Nordic Educational Research, fr. 2004-
 

Selected publications

Det Gode som bevægelse og som retning i pædagogik. In Skab Dig! Pedagogisk filosofi I, L. E. Damgaard Knudsen (red) København: Unge Pædagoger, 2009.

Vetenskapliga perspektiv och metaforer som fond för lärares moraliska överväganden. FDV Working paper 1/ 2008.

Where am I when I am at Ease? Relocating the Notion of Activity in Education, Nordisk Pedagogik 27:3, pp 222-235, 2007.

Affiniteten mellan pragmatism och pedagogik. In Erfarenheter av pragmatism, Y. Boman, C. Ljunggren & M. von Wright (eds). Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2007.

Bildning i brytningen mellan självet och världen. In Bildningens förvandlingar, B. Gustavsson (ed). Göteborg: Daidalos, 2007.

Konfrontation och problematisering i den verbala kommunikationens gränstrakter. G H Mead om undervisning och lärande. In Utbildning som kommunikation, T. Englund (ed). Göteborg: Daidalos, 2007.

The Punctual Fallacy of Participation, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol. 38, No.2, pp 159-170, 2006.

Surprise and Concerted Action: An inquiry into changing patterns of interaction in communicative situations where lived experience breaks the monopoly of authoritative knowledge. Presentation at the ECER'06, Geneve. (von Wright, M. & van Mansvelt, E) 2006.

Updated: 2009-12-10

Editor: Moira von Wright