LA EDUCACIÓN DEL ESPÍRITU. LÍNEAS DE PENSAMIENTO PARA UNA TEORÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN

  • David Luque Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
Palabras clave: desarrollo del espíritu, pensamiento crítico, valores morales, educación pública

Resumen

Introducción. Este artículo se sitúa en la rica y profunda discusión internacional sobre la educación del espíritu que contrasta con un silencio espeso sobre el tema en el ámbito pedagógico. Método. Articula los pasos clásicos de una teoría de la educación. Ofrece una aproximación filosófico-educativa al “espíritu” para terminar preguntándose por sus aplicaciones prácticas. Discusión. Busca identificar unos rasgos dinámicos que permitan intervenir educativamente en el espíritu, saber si es legítimo epistemológicamente y cómo se relaciona internamente con otras áreas de la educación. Conclusión. Comprendido el espíritu de una cierta manera, parece posible atender a su educación en contextos religiosos y seculares.

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Publicado
2020-06-04
Cómo citar
Luque, D. (2020). LA EDUCACIÓN DEL ESPÍRITU. LÍNEAS DE PENSAMIENTO PARA UNA TEORÍA DE LA EDUCACIÓN. Edetania. Estudios Y Propuestas Socioeducativas, (57), 39-61. https://doi.org/10.46583/edetania_2020.57.453