Summary of Filosofía de la Educación (Serie Completa)

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This video series discusses the philosophy of education, with a focus on the ideas of some of the most important thinkers in the world. The series covers a variety of topics related to education, from the limitations of reading, writing, and arithmetic to the development of all major abilities in the body and mind.

  • 00:00:00 This video series discusses the philosophy of education of some of the most important thinkers in the world. Jon De Noyam Chomsky, Bernard Shaw, and Young D.V. Teórico de la Democracia and The Education of Liberty Theory say that the ideal education system is not one in which a child accumulates knowledge, but rather they develop abilities. However, in more democratic societies there are aspects of education that are not very democratic. For example, education in mass or private education may be democratic, but there are aspects of these systems that are not democratic. One example is that education is often used to maintain social and economic structures instead of transforming them. Yoandri believes that the education system should be connected to society, and that one of the biggest problems students face is that they are being prepared to join an unjust society. He also believed that politicians are influenced by big business and that the education system is used to control social behavior.
  • 00:05:00 Jong Joo discusses the philosophy of education, which holds that the fruit of labor is not the result of the mental powers of the worker, employers and managers being the only ones using creativity and intelligence, and social progress will not be successful if we do not rid ourselves of the oligarchy that attempts to monopolize the benefits of intelligence and the best methods for the benefit of a few privileged people while the practical work done by the majority requires less spiritual effort and less initiative and effort than usual, and observed that workers do what they do not freely but for wages, and their solution is what's called progressive education or "white education," or we could say according to Dui but, as we change the education of a radical way to turn ourselves into a more democratic society, the question is how teachers should teach the two most recognized types of teaching, old education and new education you, and Professors Jong Joo and Critic say that in old education teachers had erroneous beliefs about students because they considered the child's inexperience as something that should be avoided as soon as possible and as soon as possible, but I also criticized new education because teachers of this school of thought consider the interests and powers present in the child as something significant in and of itself, and is,
  • 00:10:00 Noam Chomsky argues that freedom is essential to the development of intelligence, dignity, and happiness in humans. He believes that social institutions should model themselves after nature in order to be compatible with human nature. Chomsky also agrees with the thinkers of the Enlightenment and refers to Russian writer Leo Tolstoy when he writes that human nature is the freedom of man and his conscience of this freedom. He quotes Emmanuel Kant when he says that one must be free in order to use their own powers wisely. These early attempts may be brutal, but one can eventually achieve reason through their own experiences and be free to pursue what he calls "jons," or important ideas mentioned by both Kant and Tolstoy with respect to human nature. Chomsky believes that education should provide opportunities for the individual's autorrealization. It should be a democratic institution in which those involved are those who are willing to participate. Unfortunately, practices at universities are very similar to those found in factories, where workers must be disciplined and obedient. Men should be free to question anything, provided they can provide sound arguments to support their arguments. 3-principle: Never attempt to discourage opponents by using your intelligence. Instead, you need to be able to explain your
  • 00:15:00 According to philosopher Phil Genfont, the purpose of human life is to develop our potential for overall integrity, and freedom is the first prerequisite for this. This principle can be applied to the intellectual development of students or a country that is developing free of any restrictions. Human beings are naturally inclined to pursue knowledge in a general way, and a cultivation of the mind is essential for this. Genfont believes that schools should focus on teaching students general knowledge, instead of specific skills, and that children should be allowed to switch occupations, as life often does, without losing their ability to learn. The principle of knowledge interconnectedness can also be applied to primary education. Genfont believes that children should not be forced into one career path, and that they should be allowed to explore different occupations as they grow up. A society that allows this kind of freedom is, in his opinion, the best way to develop human potential.
  • 00:20:00 The philosophy of education series covers a variety of topics related to education, from the limitations of reading, writing, and arithmetic to the development of all major abilities in the body and mind. It was hoped that secondary school teachers would also learn German, Latin, French, and mathematics, and also be able to translate from Greek and Latin. Today, it is evident that a general knowledge of the world is best achieved through vocational training specific to the individual's interests. For example, philosopher, linguist, historian, and activist Bertrand Russell was arrested for speaking out against World War I, and cognitive scientist Noam Chomsky was arrested several times for his activism. They are all philosophers, and one of the founders of modern linguistics, John Dew. Dew advanced educational reform before his time, providing early support for important social institutions such as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the American Union for Civil Rights (AUCR). It is evident that vocational training is the best way to achieve individual and collective progress.

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