A ComparisonGODWIN TO FREIRE   of Ideas and                   Concepts
WILLIAM GODWINMost notable for his work on political injustice called An Enquiry Concerning Political JusticeIn the work...
 Godwin An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice    British     
WILLIAM GODWINMost notable for his work on political injustice called An Enquiry Concerning Political JusticeIn the work...
WHAT IS ANARCHY? Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy  which holds the state to be immoral, or alte...
AUTHORIT Y ONE - COERCION Coercion = bad Lacking of free  will No internal  motivation Punishment –  Reward system„whe...
AUTHORIT Y TWO - CONFIDENCE Confidence = good  or bad, dependent  on act Allows us to be  taught, learn how to  do somet...
AUTHORIT Y THREE - CONVICTION   Conviction = good   Internal motivation   Own opinion   Conviction + Confidence    = R...
PAULO FREIRENotable work Pedagogy of the OppressedPublished in Portuguese in 1960’sAttacks : banking concept,Supports...
BANKING CONCEPT Deposit and withdrawal No thinking Essentially memorization“his task is to "fill" thestudents with thec...
PROBLEM POSING  Common opinion  Learning for life  Encouraged learning  Stops a person from being   held back  Essent...
INTENTIONALIT Y  ‘Thinking is always thinking of something’  Thinking means your free from banking concept  Closely rel...
CONNECTING IDEASCoercion                                Banking                                ConceptConfidence          ...
COERCION/CONFIDENCE                        VS.                  BANKING CONCEPT   Reward Punishment   Not your own think...
CONVICTION/CONFIDENCE                        VS.                 PROBLEM POSING   Opinion   Thinking for yourself   Thi...
WHAT DOES THIS ALL LEAD TOO? Simple answer?  Liberation
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  1. 1. A ComparisonGODWIN TO FREIRE of Ideas and Concepts
  2. 2. WILLIAM GODWINMost notable for his work on political injustice called An Enquiry Concerning Political JusticeIn the work, he explains political injustices using three authorities : COERCION CONVICTION CONFIDENCENoted as first anarchistPart of the British radical movement at the end of the 18 th century
  3. 3.  Godwin An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice  British 
  4. 4. WILLIAM GODWINMost notable for his work on political injustice called An Enquiry Concerning Political JusticeIn the work, he explains political injustices using three authorities : COERCION CONVICTION CONFIDENCENoted as first anarchistPart of the British radical movement at the end of the 18 th century
  5. 5. WHAT IS ANARCHY? Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be immoral, or alternatively as opposing authority in the conduct of human relations. Anarchists advocate stateless societies based on non- hierarchical voluntary associations
  6. 6. AUTHORIT Y ONE - COERCION Coercion = bad Lacking of free will No internal motivation Punishment – Reward system„where i do that which is not prescribed to me by my privatejudgement, merely on account of the mischievous consequences thatI forsee will be annexed to my omission, by the arbitraryinterference of some voluntary being.‟ (119)
  7. 7. AUTHORIT Y TWO - CONFIDENCE Confidence = good or bad, dependent on act Allows us to be taught, learn how to do something, not follow Needs self-interest Mentor and Mentee„that it should be fitter and more beneficial, all thingsconsidered, that the function to be performed should beperformed by another person, than that it should be performedby me.‟ (119)
  8. 8. AUTHORIT Y THREE - CONVICTION Conviction = good Internal motivation Own opinion Conviction + Confidence = Reason „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.‟ (119)
  9. 9. PAULO FREIRENotable work Pedagogy of the OppressedPublished in Portuguese in 1960’sAttacks : banking concept,Supports : Problem posing IntentionalityLooks at education
  10. 10. BANKING CONCEPT Deposit and withdrawal No thinking Essentially memorization“his task is to "fill" thestudents with thecontents of his narration-- contents which aredetached fromreality, disconnectedfrom the totality thatengendered them andcould give themsignificance. Words areemptied of theirconcreteness and becomea hollow, alienated, andalienating verbosity.” (1)
  11. 11. PROBLEM POSING  Common opinion  Learning for life  Encouraged learning  Stops a person from being held back  Essentially thinking“those truly committed to liberation must reject the bankingconcept in its entirety, adopting instead a concept of women and menas conscious beings, and consciousness as consciousness intent uponthe world. They must abandon the educational goal of deposit-making and replace it with the posing of the problems of humanbeings in their relations with the world.” (6)
  12. 12. INTENTIONALIT Y  ‘Thinking is always thinking of something’  Thinking means your free from banking concept  Closely related to problem posing, both are freedom“it epitomizes the special characteristic of consciousness: beingconscious of, not only as intent on objects but as turned in upon itselfin a Jasperian split" --consciousness as consciousness ofconsciousness.” (6)
  13. 13. CONNECTING IDEASCoercion Banking ConceptConfidence Problem PosingConviction
  14. 14. COERCION/CONFIDENCE VS. BANKING CONCEPT Reward Punishment Not your own thinking Being a follower Generality Essentially a boy band…
  15. 15. CONVICTION/CONFIDENCE VS. PROBLEM POSING Opinion Thinking for yourself Thinking is training Thinking is ding Reasoning Essentially punk rock…
  16. 16. WHAT DOES THIS ALL LEAD TOO? Simple answer? Liberation

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