A educação e a alteridade da democracia

Autores

  • Nick Stevenson University of Nottingham, Nottingham, Reino Unido

Palavras-chave:

Educação, Liberdade, Democracia

Resumo

A ideia de uma educação democrática no contexto inglês perdeu terreno considerável desde a década de 1960. Argumento aqui que o domínio exercido por compreensões neoliberais de educação, sobre a direita e boa parte da esquerda social-democrata, é tamanho que é necessário um novo pensamento. Inicio considerando a perspectiva de que nos tornamos tão pós-democráticos que as pessoas não desejam mais ser livres. É nesse contexto que podemos falar sobre a alteridade da democracia. Exploro diferentes ideias sobre como poderíamos buscar interligar a educação com as ideias de commons,1 associando a ideia de educação a noções mais participativas de cidadania. Todas essas ideias precisam ser revitalizadas no contexto de um Estado que controla cada vez mais as escolas a partir do centro e da racionalidade dominante do mercado.

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Biografia do Autor

Nick Stevenson, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, Reino Unido

Mestre em Filosofia e Doutor em Educação pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul - PUCRS. 

Professor do curso de Mestrado em Educação da Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina (UNOESC) e da área de Ética e Conhecimento da Universidade de Passo Fundo (UPF)

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Publicado

2021-04-30

Como Citar

Stevenson, N. (2021). A educação e a alteridade da democracia. Cadernos De Pesquisa, 48(167), 150–171. Recuperado de https://publicacoes.fcc.org.br/cp/article/view/4668

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Tema em Destaque - Alteridade e Educação