Wilfried Lippitz can be regarded as one of the outstanding representatives of phenomenological research on education in German-speaking countries. In the 80s and 90s of the 20th century, together with Käte Meyer-Drawe, he significantly further developed the phenomenological approach. In the context of the turn to the primacy of perception in phenomenology, he has systematically reflected on the phenomena of sociality, corporeality, responsiveness and alterity in countless articles and anthologies and referred them to learning and upbringing, to generation and childhood as well as to identity and subject. This volume provides a collection of historical and systematic studies by Wilfried Lippitz on the theory, history and international spread of the phenomenological research on education of the last two decades. Basic pedagogical concepts such as education, upbringing, foreign experience and pedagogical relationship are framed anew from a phenomenological perspective. Lippitz develops his ideas by reading novels and critically examining authors such as Aloys Fischer and Emmanuel Lévinas. The volume offers a clear introduction to historical, international and current discourses of phenomenological research on education as well as to Wilfried Lippitz’ thinking.
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