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- Jul 2016
In this context, the most ethical “purpose” of education can therefore be only and exactly to critique purposiveness itself, a critique which, in its praxis, comes in (at least) two flavors: To create safe spaces for the emergence of practices and systems which purposes are not known yet, and might never find one. To strip existing practices of their current purpose, letting new ones, unbound by current utilitaristic imperatives, emerge.
Further I read this article, the better it gets.
Especially the two flavours here are so poignant.
beyond the tyranny of proximity and provincialism
I am TOTALLY going to start using this phrase re: online spaces in general. Huzzah!