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Right to Education ‐ for All? The Quest for a New Humanism in Globalisation

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What is a normal life? One answer is that it is to have the opportunity to be one’s self in everyday life, and that depends upon having surroundings flexible enough for all. To take this perspective implies that education and policies in globalisation schemes, are adjusted to individual differences and adapted to the fact that diagnoses are primarily “labels” that do not cover the individual differences.

The aim of this article is to highlight the need for a pluralist model of special education ‐ a model where integration and specialisation exists side by side, and further open up a new field of humanism in educational theory based on vulnerability and general education.


Disability, value based education, general education, integration, specialisation
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2013

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