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    • GODWIN &FREIRE Natalie Baez
    • WILLIAM GODWIN • English journalist, political philosopher & novelist • Founder of philosophical anarchism • Enquiry Concerning Political Justice. (Of Obedience)
    • GODWIN’S LAWS OF OBEDIENCE•Conviction •Confidence •Coercion 
    • CONVICTION• Making decisions based on your own “private judgment.”• No approval of others needed• Convincing self through reasoning --MAKES US HUMAN!-- “The purest kind of obedience is, where an action flows from the independent conviction of our private judgment, where we are directed, not by the precarious and mutable interference of another, but by a recollection of the intrinsic and indefeasible tendency of the action to be performed.”
    • CONFIDENCE• Obeying another to get something you want• In your best self-interest• Reciprocity “...Is that which depends for its validity upon confidence of him with whom it prevails, and is where, not having myself acquired such information as to enable me to form a judicious opinion, I yield a greater or less degree of deference to the known sentiment and decision of another.”
    • COERCION • Force used for compliancy (good or bad) • Reward or Punishment • Obeying another‟s conviction --TURNS US INTO ANIMALS!--“Authority in the last of the three senses alluded to, is where a man, inissuing his precept, does not deliver that which may be neglected withimpunity; but his requisition is attended with a sanction, and the violationof it will be followed with a penalty.”
    • PAULO FREIRE• Brazilian educator• Critical pedagogy theorist• Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Chapter 2
    • FREIRE’S EDUCATION CONCEPTS•Problem-Posing •Banking Concept 
    • PROBLEM POSING• Learning for life• Engaged with real problems• Teacher engages student, gets them involved & challenges them think critically Students are not property! “…She is always „cognitive‟, whether preparing a project or engaging in dialogue with the students. He does not regard objects as his private property, but as object of reflection by himself and his students.”
    • BANKING CONCEPT • “Dehumanizes” us • Teacher deposits info into student, student stores and withdraws it when needed Human ATM machines!“…The educator‟s role is to regulate the way the world „entersinto’ the students. The teacher‟s task is to organize a processwhich already occurs spontaneously, to „fill the students’ bymaking deposits of information which he or she considers toconstitute true knowledge.”
    • CONNECTIONS Godwin FreireConviction Problem-PosingConfidence Banking concept Coercion
    • WORKS CITED• Godwin, William. “Of Obedience,” Enquiry Concerning Political Justice. Ed. K. Codell Carter. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971.• “Chapter 2 of Pedagogy of the Oppressed.” Trans. Myra Bergman Ramos. Bob Corbett User Home Page. Webster University. 21 Mar. 2001. Web. 19 Aug. 2011.• "William Godwin (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)." Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Web. 03 Nov. 2011. <http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/godwin/>.• "Paulo Freire and Informal Education." Contents @ the Informal Education Homepage. Web. 03 Nov. 2011. <http://www.infed.org/thinkers/et-freir.htm>.• Got pictures from Google