Moral and Lights: Considerations on the Role of Education in Public Life from Rodríguez
Keywords:education, technological development, empathy, social nature, playful spaces
Objective: Discern in the philosophical principles of education and educate as a process that always poses its problems, depending on the centralization of resources, methodologies and spaces destined to keep this process functioning change according to the context in which it is analyzed, under the postulates of Simón Rodríguez.
Methodology: A documentary-literary review of educating is conducted as a process that always raises its problems, since the function of education and the centralization of resources, methodologies and spaces destined to keep this process functioning change according to the context in which it is analyzed.
Results and discussion: From Rodriguez's perspective, concerns about the distinction between instruction and education are ethical. There is concern about the mechanical nature of generalized instruction, where the causal knowledge of the object and its relations with the different spheres of public life is eliminated, thus creating a subject detached from its own actions around the object it manipulates, but the main problem of generalizing instruction, that set of objectual knowledge, technical and ideals that function as means to create and perpetuate public life.
Conclusion: The study of ethics in relation to education is not a superfluous matter, because the human quality of our professionals of tomorrow will depend on it. Empathy is not only an empty virtue whose positive connotation comes from common sense: it is a capacity that allows us to get out of our own prejudices, explore exteriority in a more open way, it is a strategy to face reality in community.
Implications of the research: One of Rodríguez's interesting points regarding the extent and detriment of the implementation of knowledge as a means of exploitation concerns private property.
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