Pedagogy of freedom : ethics, democracy, and civic courage



Pedagogy of freedom : ethics, democracy, and civic courage

Paulo Freire ; translated by Patrick Clarke ; foreword by Donaldo Macedo ; introduction by Stanley Aronowitz

(Critical perspectives series)

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001, c1998

  • : pbk


Pedagogia de autonomia

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"First paperback printing 2001"--T.p. verso

Originally published 1998

Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-134) and index



In Pedagogy of Freedom Paulo Freire travels ever more deeply into the territory where learning and activism are the essence of human life. This profound new book shows why an engaged way of learning and teaching is central to the creation of the individual, culture, and history. Freire finds in today's emerging global society a new context in which education cannot be indifferent to the reproduction of dominant ideologies and the interrogation of them. He argues against 'progressive' liberalism and its passive acceptance of a world where unemployment and hunger must inevitably co-exist with opulence. In so doing, he shows why an acceptance of fatalism leads to loss of personal and societal freedom_and how those individuals who think without optimism have lost their place in history. This book displays the striking creativity and profound insight that characterized Freire's work to the very end of his life_an uplifting and provocative exploration not only for educators, but for all who learn and live.


Foreword Introduction Introductory Reflections Part I. There is No Teaching Without Learning Methodological Rigor Research Respect for What Students Know A Capacity to be Critical Ethics and Aesthetics Words Incarnated in Example Risk, Acceptance of What is New, and Rejection of Discrimination Chapter 12 Critical Reflection on Practice Chapter 13 Cultural Identity Part II. Teaching is Not Transferring Knowledge Awareness of Our Unfinishedness Recognition of One's Conditioning Respect for the Autonomy of the Student Common Sense Humility, Tolerance, and Struggle for the Rights of Educators Capacity to Apprehend Reality Joy and Hope Conviction that Change is Possible Teaching Requires Curiosity Part III. Teaching is a Human Act Self-Confidence, Professional Competence and Generosity Commitment Education as a Form of Intervention in the World Freedom and Authority Decision- Making that is Aware and Conscious Knowing How to Listen Recognition that Education is Ideological Openness to Dialogue Caring for Students

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