El cultivo de la humanidad: Una defensa clásica de la reforma de la educación liberal [NOOK Book]

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La educaci?n superior debe tener por meta crear una comunidad de personas que desarrollen el pensamiento cr?tico, que busquen la verdad m?s all? de las barreras de clase, g?nero y nacionalidad, que respeten la diversidad y la humanidad de otros. Eso cre?an S?crates y S?neca. Eso cre?an los fundadores del sistema universitario norteamericano, que ofrece, m?s que carreras espec?ficas, una preparaci?n general para llegar a ser un buen ciudadano. Y eso cree Martha C. Nussbaum, quien aqu? establece los tres valores ...
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El cultivo de la humanidad: Una defensa clásica de la reforma de la educación liberal

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La educación superior debe tener por meta crear una comunidad de personas que desarrollen el pensamiento crítico, que busquen la verdad más allá de las barreras de clase, género y nacionalidad, que respeten la diversidad y la humanidad de otros. Eso creían Sócrates y Séneca. Eso creían los fundadores del sistema universitario norteamericano, que ofrece, más que carreras específicas, una preparación general para llegar a ser un buen ciudadano. Y eso cree Martha C. Nussbaum, quien aquí establece los tres valores primordiales de lo que entiende por educación liberal: el examen crítico de uno mismo, el ideal del ciudadano del mundo y el desarrollo de la imaginación narrativa. Mediante el análisis de cursos, currículos y prácticas institucionales, El cultivo de la humanidad quiere mostrar hasta qué punto estos valores están presentes en facultades y universidades, tras instaurarse diversas reformas tendentes a la integración de estudios multiculturales y de minorías. Y, ante el temor de algunos al relativismo moral que creen que se expandiría con estas reformas, Nussbaum asegura que estudiar y aprender sobre un tema no tendría por qué corroer nuestro juicio moral sobre él.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788449315855
  • Publisher: Grupo Planeta
  • Publication date: 1/24/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Planeta
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 415 KB

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