Unit 7<br />Introduction to criticaltheory<br />Criticaltheory, society, community and commitment<br />
Goal of these lectures<br />Understanding of criticaltheory<br />The relationshipbetweencriticaltheory and communitythinkers<br />
Criticaltheory and PauloFreire<br />Criticaltheory and Kwame Appiah<br />Criticaltheory and Bell Hooks, PatriciaHill-Collins and MarthaNussbaum<br />Postmodernism and Giddens<br />Gender and postmodernism<br />
Dialoque as an instrument to raise consciousness=> <br />Selfawareness, namingyour own reality, the politics and therefore the interest of eductionof words of philosophy<br />Freires legacy in Aruba (examples; innovation in Aruban elementary education, papiamento as an instruction language<br />
Consciouness, critical attitude, vision of a liberatedhumanity.<br />…ongoingforms of critique and a struggleagainstobjectiveforces of oppression<br />Understanding and deconstructing power dimensionswithinsocial relations<br />Humanizingliberationprocesses<br />Transforming social and political realities<br />
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