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Table of Contents Introduction: Why An Anatomy? Part 1: Compassion is Different than Caring Part 2: Dewey's Differentiation Part 3: The Historical Moment in Educational Leadership Part 4: The Pasteur Problem Part 5: Contested Notions of "Correct Science" Part 6: A Tentative Anatomy of Professional Practice Part 7: Exploring Cognitive Aesthetics and the Zone of Transference Part 8: Leadership as Drama, Theatre, and Performance Part 9: Aesthetics, Morals and Evil in Leadership Part 10: Summing Up Appendix About the Author
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Teachers -- Professional relationships -- United States.
Educational leadership -- United States.
Education -- Research -- United States.
Postmodernism and education -- United States.