This paper problematizes the pedagogical proposal of inclusiveness as a majority discourse, which is here analyzed specifically in its filiation with the juridical branch in scholarly practices. We genealogically excavate the Restorative Justice discourse to understand how it has been operated at school to govern risks. Hence, we search for the effects of subjectivation in these scholarly practices of security. We try to locate the scholarly ripple, which produces a specific mode of existence, the offender, who now is captured in disciplinary and control practices. In this way, we present this analysis inspired by the thought of difference and by the galleries of Kafka's burrow, trying other modes of existence to the scholarly space from an art of silence as Kafkian ethics.
Pedagogy of Inclusiveness; Restorative Justice; Kafka