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Inequality and Emancipation : An Educational Approach
Stefan Gross
Journal of Education and Research , 2010, DOI: 10.3126/jer.v2i0.7617
Abstract: Emancipation has lost its charisma. In the 1960s, the term had been one of the saviour-concepts in the educational debate on social inequality and the political function of pedagogy in Western countries. Nowadays, as the discussion is still ongoing, the word is rarely in use. Overloaded with political enmeshments and a plurality of meanings, emancipation seems to be nothing more than a nearly forgotten relict of an ancient time. How could this rise and fall happen? The present essay is tracing the colourful history of emancipation in various contexts, recapitulating its pedagogical importance in the 1960s and discovering how the pillars have kept their primary function, although the word is not in use any longer.
Emancipation. From Introvert to Extrovert Critique  [PDF]
Rasmus Willig
Advances in Applied Sociology (AASoci) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.47023
Abstract: The article argues that the so-called life-coaches can be seen as exponents of the ongoing institutionali- zation of the introverted criticism that apparently leads to more self-criticism and to a feeling of failure rather than to an actual extroverted criticism of the structural conditions of society. Thus, the hypothesis is that the inner work with the resources of the self is so exhausting that it leads to a mental breakdown. The self becomes so exhausted that if it should make up its mind to criticize the structural conditions of society; the critique will be dismantled beforehand. But what then can be understood by the strong concept of “emancipation” today? In line with Critical Theory’s model for emancipation, the article suggests that the historical alternative for our time consists in the liberation of the extroverted criticism. An actual and radical liberation of the possibilities for practicing criticism—that is, a democratization and establishment of a critical culture—is the moral potential for development, which must be promoted to pave the way for any future emancipatory movements.
Três li??es de filosofia da educa??o
Kohan, Walter Omar;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302003000100012
Abstract: this paper aims to rethink the value of the ignorant schoolmaster as an exercise in the philosophy of education, especially as counterpoised to the way philosophy of education is presently exercised in our institutions. it is a singular story, by which teachers can ask why and for what they teach and, even more meaningfully, they can put into question what they are doing with themselves and with their students each time they enter a classroom. we can take three lessons from this exercise: a) that the most natural, evident and socially accepted pedagogical ends appear to be the most philosophically problematic; b) that only through paradox - through being thrown into the paradoxical mud - we can find some real meaning in education; c) that the only education worthy of the name liberates without liberating. the one who does not allow for the liberation of the others oppresses.
Emancipación e igualdad: aspectos sociopolíticos de una experiencia pedagógica
Jódar, Francisco;Gómez, Lucía;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302003000100014
Abstract: after detailing the new constellation of educational meanings brought forth by the pedagogical experience of joseph jacotot, called "universal teaching" and characterizing it as an "event", this paper tackles some sociopolitical aspects it comprises. relying upon the conceptual tools provided by such contemporary authors as bourdieu, deleuze and foucault, it intends to unwrap the singularity of the educational proceedings and thoughts of jacotot about emancipation and equality. it thus introduces a jacotot whose views on education, emancipation and equality, while opposing the prevailing beliefs of his time, held basic assumptions that prove to be particularly relevant for contemporary sociopolitical thinking.
Foucault, para além do poder disciplinar e do biopoder
Pogrebinschi, Thamy;
Lua Nova: Revista de Cultura e Política , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-64452004000300008
Abstract: the article analyses foucault's concept of power in its genealogical phase. it seeks to identify a specific and unnamed content, which differentiates itself from and by the well known categories of disciplinary power and biopower. its main argument relies on the possibility of identifying a foucauldian concept of power whose substance, once avoiding the ideas of repression and law, turns out to be productive, positive and, particularly, emancipatory.
Politicidade do cuidado e processo de trabalho em saúde: conhecer para cuidar melhor, cuidar para confrontar, cuidar para emancipar
Pires,Maria Raquel Gomes Maia;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232005000400025
Abstract: politicity of care is about handling the disruptive of the relation between help and power for the construction of the autonomy of subjects. such conception is expressed mostly by the trihedron knowing to take a better care, taking care to confront and taking care to emancipate, that, in social-historical specific contexts and adapted to the working process in health, can constitute a reoriented reference of the domain relations. it is a theoretician-philosophical reflection, based in a doctorate thesis, which deepens the ambiguity of the care, conceived such by the way of being solidary, such as by becoming to be political. this article aims to indicate the applicability of the politicity conception of the care in the scope of the health professionals working process, signaling emancipatories potentialities. the first part makes a deep reflection about the policity of caring in its ontological, social and political dimensions, arguing about the tense relation existing between help and power which is present in the gesture of taking care. the second part contextualizes this theory in the unlike form of organizing and producing health care, presenting the discuss about the change of the attention model to the health. the third part is based in the emancipatory trihedron of caring and points emancipatory indications to the working process of the professionals.
Ciência e reconstru??o em saúde: disrup??o e provisoriedade como possibilidades emancipatórias
Pires,Maria Raquel Gomes Maia;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232004000200022
Abstract: the decrease of social differences through knowledge may turn into a utopia founded on the democratization of theories and practices, if it is covered by temporary emancipation. focusing on the current discussion about science and post-modernity and capturing mainly the innovative character of this controversy, this study deepens theoretical reflections on the participative and democratizing possibilities inherent to the action of knowing. in the first part, the modern paradigm of science is criticized, above all the limiting character in which it sees and intervenes with reality. in a second moment, knowledge and rupture are seen as substrata of the emancipation of subjects. in the third part, conclusive and articulate, some criteria of scientificity dealt with in the previous topics are proposed, indicating libertarian possibilities to science at health sector. the knowledge for which one struggles would be ruled in the utopia of democratizing it, starting from the recognition of how temporary scientific certainties are.
La voluntad del pueblo: notas para un voluntarismo dialéctico
Nómadas , 2009,
Abstract: taking advantage of the idea of will of the people, this article defines "the action of emancipation" as a dialectic process, deliberate and inclusive in collective self-determination. it considers the people in terms of common interests, inclusive and egalitarian, and it posits a concept of voluntarism which retakes elements of rousseau's projects and those of his jacobin followers, of kant and hegel, as well as the projects of contemporary neo-jacobinites. parallel to the definition of properties that make up the concept of will, it criticizes anti-voluntarism philosophies.
El feminismo y su instrumentalización como fenómeno de mestizaje en nuestra América
Revista Venezolana de Estudios de la Mujer , 2009,
Abstract: feminism and intermarriage are instruments of liberation from a dominant culture, as they are elements of disclosure to oppression. in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were leading and caciques women who wrote their wills or left a testimony of the teachings for women of their old nations without making any claim to its own condition. only when emancipatory feminism of anarchists, liberals and socialists of the late nineteenth century was reborn, women in latin america became aware of their history of discrimination and that this condition could not be ignored if they wanted to deal with a women?s liberation. however, it was just in the 1970s and 1980s when latin american feminists propelled his release from the roles assigned by the ?patriarchal culture?, this being a conflict that has since driven the homogenization of feminism in the institutions and thereby ratification of the imposition of a hegemonic female americanness.
Gianni Vattimo, el último comunista
Utopìa y Praxis Latinoamericana , 2007,
Abstract: this paper presents some of the ideas from gianni vattimo?s book, ecce comu. what many people have viewed as a radicalization toward the left in the ethical-political reflection of this italian thinker is not only a discourse that seeks to develop in a crisis situation like the present, the consequences of the close ties among philosophy, politics and religion, which in the 50s, represented vattimo?s primary concern. finally, reasons are reconstructed by means of which a post-metaphysical philosophy could justify the idea according to which rediscovery of a communism liberated from the dogma of objectivity and development might be the best alternative for opposing capitalism in the current conditions of late modernity
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