1. The Role of Critique in Philosophy of Education: its Subject Matter and its Ambiguities: Frieda Heyting and Christopher Winch.
2. The Domestication of Critique: Problems of Justifying the Critical in the Context of Educationally Relevant Thought and Action: Helmut Heid.
3. Don't Fence Me In: the Liberation of Undomesticated Critique: Claudia Ruitenberg.
4. How to Conceive of Critical Educational Theory Today?: Jan Masschelein.
Educational Critique, Critical Thinking and the Critical Philosophical Traditions: Marianna Papastephanou.
5. Problematising Critique in Pedagogy: Jörg Ruhloff.
6. Problematising Critique in Education and Child-Rearing: Ruhloff's Scepticism: Stefan Ramaekers.
7. Critique and Negativity: Towards the Pluralisation of Critique in Educational Practice, Theory and Research: Dietrich Benner and Andrea English.
8. Negativity: a Disturbing Constitutive Matter in Education: Rosa Nidia Buenfil Burgos.
9. The Utopianisation of Critique: the Tension between Education Conceived as a Utopian Concept and as one Grounded in Empirical Reality: Michele Borrelli.
10. Borrelli, Mill, Emily and Me: Judith Suissa.
11. Developing Critical Rationality as a Pedagogical Aim: Christopher Winch.
12. What are the Bounds of Critical Rationality in Education?: Christiane Thompson.
13. Relativism and the Critical Potential of Philosophy of Education: Frieda Heyting.
14. Critique, Contextualism and Consensus: Jane Green.
Notes on Contributors.