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Very enjoyable, with a few touching moments. One of the most important sources of opposition to the idea of “meanings as entities” is Donald Davidson. Sheldon believes that within Missy's eggs lays the potential for another "superior mutation" like himself, and on this grounds considered his friends unsuitable to be with his sister. As should be clear from this discussion, then, the very demarcation of distinct teacher and student identities is only a feature of certain kinds of dialogue: in many cases of co-investigation or open-ended exploration, such roles might be actually counterproductive.

Pages: 263

Publisher: McFarland (January 27, 2009)

ISBN: 0786434260

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