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Critical exploration of their positionality and their philosophical assumptions is vital to this enterprise. Without such critiques they risk getting caught up in discourses of charity--discourses that too often result in "feel good" projects that valorize the giver while maintaining the inferior position of the receiver. Discourses of charity do not require them to ask how they have come to be in a position of "superiority" relative to those defined as being "in need.

The author's argument in this paper is that a number of assumptions attributable to Enlightenment philosophy interfere with the educators' capacity to analyze injustice. Contradictions between stated ideals, political claims and material reality are masked by liberal discourse, undermining their recognition of the ways they are implicated in systems of oppression.

The author argues that the literatures of critical race theory and feminist post-colonial analysis provide necessary perspectives as well as analytical tools that are essential to addressing injustice. Part 1 of this essay explores contradictions in modernist frameworks that become evident when certain kinds of claims are considered in light of the history of colonization. Part 2 explores several foundational concepts used in the philosophical work of Bennett Reimer, David Elliott and Paul Woodford that reflect the contradictions identified in Part 1.

The author's goal is to show how recognition of these contradictions opens up different kinds of questions--questions vital to the task of theorizing social justice within the context of music education. Russell K Nieli.

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