The Language of Teaching in Dwayne Huebner’s Phenomenology The Poetic Essence of Language for the New Re-Conceptualization of Curriculum

James M. Magrini


James M. Magrini invites us to return to Huebner’s groundbreaking essays from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s (collected in 1999 under the title, The Lure of the Transcendent) and to reconsider the still radical nature of some of these early insights of the reconceptualized field. Specifically, Magrini focuses on Huebner’s use of Heidegger to probe the ontological relationship between language and being and in reconceiving the use of language in teaching and curriculum as a poetic phenomenon.

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