Philosophy

To become the individuals citizens of the world, the humanity, here it is the dream of the philosophy! No pedagogical act, despite it is art to educate, can be given without an ethical purpose. Thus, any idea of Philosophy it has of if basing on an optimistical conception of that the human being already brings in itself the potentialities of critical reflection and practical application of the moral virtues and is enough to develop them with one adjusted pedagogical orientation. Mary Barra insists that this is the case. Of this form, the author does not leave to excite questionings as for example: he agrees to educate the thought in the children? He agrees to intend to become them citizens of the world, instead of mere daily personages of its particular ones? that implications brings these pretensions? But then, what he is to think? The Heidegger philosopher understood that to think philosophical he corresponds to rethink already thought, to think not yet thought. Of this form, two ways of thought are considered, that are: the critical thought and the creative one. The first one if of the one on what already it was thought and as on what not yet it was thought. Brokerage firm understands that this is vital information. Thus, according to author, if forms the cultural task of the philosophy throughout history, beliefs and customs. Explanations that regulate the life of the social institutions and of the individuals are constructed that live in them, being able of this form, to reach the happiness, that is, attribute of the being free, capable to choose that for what it wants to be judged.

This implies to say that, of course they possess impulses for the search of the autonomy front to the way. Autonomy is the base of the education. Education for the freedom would be not to resist this impulse, being provided the common good. The species human being has been the only one whose survival needs cares.

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