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  • 1. Unit 7
    Introduction to criticaltheory
    Criticaltheory, society, community and commitment
  • 2. Goal of these lectures
    Understanding of criticaltheory
    The relationshipbetweencriticaltheory and communitythinkers
  • 3. Criticaltheory and PauloFreire
    Criticaltheory and Kwame Appiah
    Criticaltheory and Bell Hooks, PatriciaHill-Collins and MarthaNussbaum
    Postmodernism and Giddens
    Gender and postmodernism
  • 4. Critical theory
  • 5. The history of criticaltheory
    The political and ideologicaldimension
    Crititicaltheory and the frankfurter school:Adorno, Fromm, Horkheimer, Marcuse
  • 6. Frankfurter Schule
  • 7. Crititicaltheory and the frankfurter school:Adorno, Fromm, Horkheimer, Marcuse
  • 8. Jürgen Habermas
  • 9. Habermas and communicativeaction
    Habermas and criticaltheory
  • 10. Critical theory and epistomology
    Critical theory and methodology
    Critical theory and hermeneutics
  • 11. Paulo Freire (1921-1971)
  • 12. PauloFreirefrom a criticaltheoreticalperspective
    Who is PauloFreire?
  • 13. Whyusehiseducationalphilosophy as anexampleforcriticaltheory
  • 14. Cycle of action-learning (Freire, 1970)
  • 15. The mainconcepts of histransformationalpedagogy
    Dialogue, awarenessraising (conscientização)
  • 16. Pedagogy of the oppressed; a philosophical and revolutionarypedagogicalproposal.
  • 17. Criticaltheory, Freire and Galeano
  • 18. WhychooseforFreire and Galeano? LatinAmerica: Isabel Allende, Garcia Marquez and PabloNeruda
  • 19. Contextualsimilarities? FrantzFanon, Frank Martinus Arion, V.S. Naipaul, stuart Hall and or Edward Said.
    The culture of Silence, the culture of shame; out of the culture of domination.
  • 20. Contextualdifferences? Freire is a educationalphilospoher and Galeano is a writer, whorewrites the history of LatinAmerica.
  • 21. Freire and Aruba
  • 22. Dialoque as an instrument to raise consciousness=>
    Selfawareness, namingyour own reality, the politics and therefore the interest of eductionof words of philosophy
    Freires legacy in Aruba (examples; innovation in Aruban elementary education, papiamento as an instruction language
  • 23. Consciouness, critical attitude, vision of a liberatedhumanity.
    …ongoingforms of critique and a struggleagainstobjectiveforces of oppression
    Understanding and deconstructing power dimensionswithinsocial relations
    Humanizingliberationprocesses
    Transforming social and political realities

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