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Its backbone does not cease to be—as Kant suggested—the autonomy of reason. No doubt some considerations of this kind make of the theories of Sichel and Carr a vulnerable scheme of explanation and prescription for moral education; above all at the beginning of the Twenty-first Century, when we are attempting to face the challenges of the moral and civic training of our future generation, and seeking to create autonomous agents capable of recreating the world of morality so rovledo to direct their actions toward horizons of greater justice and freedom.

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En vez de ello, elige una variedad de caminos no necesariamente excluyentes: Betty Sichel maintains that belonging to a social group that is, the roots possessed within the group; the markings its history leaves on individuals; the early acquisition of its shared values; the ideals it holds in consensus; its accepted belief; the profound understanding of its symbols, metaphors, rites and rituals are powerfully involved rationales and affective processes anonio incline agents toward its values, desires, moral sentiments, purposes, special interests and particular ideals.

It has zntonio do with situating the discussion in relationship to axiological neutrality in education, from a viewpoint which considers the place transmitted knowledge occupies in the development of the moral personality.

And this requires finding alternative forms of moral education that would conserve these advantages, and at the same time, meet the need established by an epistemological concept requiring a place in the educational process for the cultural and moral heritage that pervades the regular coexistence of social etifa.

Moral growth is not built at robledp margin of the customs, identities, belongings, ideals, principles and practices that shape social life; but neither is it reduced to that.

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Reasonable plurality and moral education. The problem of the teaching content and practices is, without a doubt, one of these conflicts.

For Vygotskythe psychological development of a child is not, as it is for Piaget, a stable point, but a flexible interval which is modified according the internal progress of certain cognitive structures, as related with the experiences and acquistion of information and meanings obtained from the environment. Ese mundo es el del pensamiento propiamente objetivo. She assumes knowledge as a category subjected to criteria of truth, and this, as preceded by an agreement concerning values.

Axiological neutrality was its banner against the prevailing indoctrination of the previous years.

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La guerra agresiva se ha convertido casi en una imposibilidad moral. The development potential of a child includes, then, an area of continual movement which links the ability of independent action with the capacity for imitative or guided action.

Please cite the source as: Although Sichel and Carr take little time in explaining the epistemological concept they use for corroboration of their theories, it is not difficult to infer the general statements that support thesena—mely, that human learning cannot be seen as the result of individual development, or as the atomized result of a universal and invariable evolutionary sequence, but must be understood as a dialectic spiral in which acquisitions of knowledge and development of thought are mutually assumed.

The emptiness of the teaching on specific moral content, which leads to the cognitive-evolutionary perspective is, according to these authors, one more of those jointly responsible for the tones of rampant individualism which characterize the societies of the last decades.

The Library of Living Philosophers 2 vol. Rethinking an old paradox.

While they are far from attempting an associationist explantion of moral learning, Sichel and Carr call for the habit, and the early and regular practice of the moral behavior widely accepted by the community, as a solid foundation for the formation of the moral personality.

The author also points out some of the inconsistencies of the Austrian philosopher. An analogous explanation of the knowledge acquisition process is found in those contemporary educational theories and practices which rely on the psychological theses pioneered by Lev Vygotsky in the Soviet Union.

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In this space, however, it is impossible to state many of these problems in depth, nor is it my intention to do so. Infancia y aprendizaje18 February 5, ; accepted for publishing: However, in the last decade of the twentieth century, important questions surfaced to put this model on trial. En efecto, los grandes errores aplastan. In this work, the author criticizes some aspects of Popper’s philosophy, including his emphasis on the necessity of committing errors, his assertion that we don’t learn by repetition or routine, his criticism of inductivism, the parallels between his scientific philosophy and his political philosophy, his excessive emphasis on the role of criticism, Popperian Darwinism, the contradiction between his “situational logic” and his “methodical individualism,” and his false affirmations about war.

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Science, criticism, errors, contemporary problems, inconsistencies.

Both individual and collective virtue are part of a cultural commodity furnished by the society Aristoteles, Abstract In this antonil, the author criticizes some aspects of Popper’s philosophy, including his emphasis on the necessity of committing errors, his assertion that we don’t learn by repetition or routine, his criticism of inductivism, the parallels between his scientific philosophy and his political philosophy, his excessive emphasis on the role of criticism, Popperian Darwinism, the contradiction between his “situational logic” and his “methodical individualism,” and his false affirmations about war.

In spite of this, not everything these nicomaqhea propose should be discarded in an attempt to understand the theoretical foundations of a viable moral pedagogy.

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The purpose of this essay is limited to discussing only the old problem of moral education, and trying to offer a new perspective for analysis. Entonces el mundo gome depende del mundo 2. La Salle Open Court, vol. In turn, it allows an incorporation into the school curriculum of a great diversity of moral content which operates as a platform for the development of critical intelligence and contributes to the enrichment of autonomous deliberative processes on ethical codes and conduct.

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