Marxism, Neoliberalism, and Intelligent Capitalism：An Educational Philosophy and Theory Reader, Volume XII
However, since the mid-1990s Educational Philosophy and Theory has published many articles focused on neoliberalism and educational responses to theories and policies based in political-economic perspectives. This collection serves to showcase this work, exploring the way Marxist, neoliberal, and other related political-economic theories have been applied to educational discussions among philosophers and theorists of education in the history of Educational Philosophy and Theory. As a collection, this text provides a glimpse of a dramatically changing world, and changing scholarly responses to it, during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
It can be useful to scholars interested in better understanding how changes to the political economy have intersected with those in education over time, as well as the diverse ways scholars have approached and reacted to a shifting landscape, considering views ranging from Marxist to Post-Marxist, to neoliberal, and beyond.