Teaching philosophy. Montaigne and the culture of alternation

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Title Teaching philosophy. Montaigne and the culture of alternation
Enseignement de la philosophie. Montaigne et la culture de l’alternance
 
Creator Vincent, Hubert
 
Description There are many ways to look at the question of teaching philosophy. I will do this here from the point of view of teaching practice, i. e. from a didactic and / or educational point of view. And that, not by leaving - which would be quite legitimate - of the practice of philosophy teacher who was and is mine, but rather by searching in some philosophers to instruct my reflection on these questions. There are indeed, among philosophers, and of course, among those who have cared, about education, about very many analyzes that can help us on this point. Some, like that of Montaigne, seemed to me particularly important, and I would like here to expose them while gradually accounting for the reasons why I consider them important.
On peut s’intéresser de plusieurs façons à la question de l’enseignement de la philosophie.  Je le ferai ici du point de vue de la pratique d’enseignement, c.-à-d. d’un point de vue didactique et/ ou pédagogique. Et cela, non pas en partant - ce qui serait tout à fait légitime -  de la pratique d’enseignant de philosophie qui fut et est la mienne, mais plutôt en allant chercher chez certains philosophes de quoi instruire ma réflexion sur ces questions. Il y a en effet, chez les philosophes, et bien sûr, chez ceux qui se sont souciés, d’éducation, de très nombreuses analyses qui peuvent nous aider sur ce point. Certaines, comme celle de Montaigne, m’ont semblé particulièrement importantes, et je voudrais ici les exposer tout en rendant compte peu à peu des raisons pour lesquelles je les tiens pour importantes.

ENSINO DE FILOSOFIA. MONTAIGNE E A CULTURA DA ALTERNANCIA
É possível nos interessarmos de diversas maneiras pela questão do ensino de filosofia. Eu o farei aqui do ponto de vista da prática desse ensino, isto é, de um ponto de vista didático e/ou pedagógico. E farei isso não partindo – o que seria inteiramente legítimo – da prática de ensino de filosofia que foi e é a minha, mas, preferencialmente, buscando em certos filósofos como instruir minha reflexão sobre essas questões. Há nos filósofos - e com certeza naqueles que se ocuparam da educação - inúmeras análises capazes de nos ajudar nesse ponto. Alguns, como Montaigne, me pareceram particularmente importantes e gostaria de expô-los dando especial e detalhada conta das razões pelas quais eu os tenho por importantes.
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Original em francês.
 
Publisher Departamento de Filosofia da PUC-Rio
 
Date 2019-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Peer-reviewed Article
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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://www.oquenosfazpensar.fil.puc-rio.br/index.php/oqnfp/article/view/690
10.32334/oqnfp.2019n45a690
 
Source O que nos faz pensar; v. 28 n. 45 (2019): Ensino de Filosofia (II); 302-319
O que nos faz pensar; v. 28 n. 45 (2019): Ensino de Filosofia (II); 302-319
0104-6675
 
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Relation http://www.oquenosfazpensar.fil.puc-rio.br/index.php/oqnfp/article/view/690/614
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Hubert Vincent
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