Subject’s Recuperation in Education

Pedro Ortega Ruiz, Eduardo Romero Sánchez

Abstract


The authors propose a pedagogy that considers a historical individual in all their reality, an education responsiveto the situation of each student in the uniqueness of their existence. The educational action is always an ethicalresponse to the demand of the other. Implies that I have acquired an obligation, a moral dependence which I cannotshed. Only when the educator becomes responsible for the other, responds to him in his situation, is concerned andtakes care of him is one in condition to educate. That is why education cannot be understood nor given without ethics,without a responsible relationship with the educate. That is why when we put forward another model of education,we are demanding other ethical and anthropological assumptions as a starting point, those assumptions that explainman man with human face.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jct.v3n1p86

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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching

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