Category Archives: Rhizomatic pedagogy

Rhizomatic thought in nursing: an alternative path for the development of the discipline

Using the work of Deleuze and Guattari, this paper proposes an alternative way to conceive the development of nursing knowledge, which, we think, could represent an alternative way to explore the discipline of nursing. For decades, nursing as a discipline has tried to … Continue reading

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Growing Rhizomes and Collapsing Walls: Postmodern Paradigms for Design Education

The system and structure of architectural education is a resultant of two sets of forces. On one side, we have the inherent characteristics and peculiarities of architectural profession that drive its academic component and remain the same at any given point of … Continue reading

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The Walker-Educator – Towards a Rhizomatic Pedagogy

In this chapter I will first trace the original meaning of the rhizome which is derived from botany. I then examine Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s thought in which the rhizome is proposed as a philosophical concept. I will conclude … Continue reading

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