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not about intellectual humiliation

The texts I gave students were challenging, but never meant to subjugate, or, as Walter Benjamin when speaking about education more aptly phrased, they were not about intellectual humiliation.”

– Klaas Hoek

fudgethefacts.com/conversation/conversation-klaas-hoek/

Thanks to Paul Hughes for sending me this conversation between Hoek and Renée Turner.

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