Philosophical Postulates for an Education in Rousseau
Keywords:Education; Philosophy; Society; Freedom.
The educational object that follows is a review of the book Rousseau and the Education postulated for a philosophy of education in which it defends that to man there is the possibility of being a free agent and that this only and possible through education. The review is organized in 7 topics: the world of Rousseau; The meaning (s) of education; The three educations-or the masters of Rousseau; The education of Emilio; And Sofia, the education of women; Knowledge of pedagogical theory; Rousseau and Latin American education, which compose the book.
Streck,D.R. (2004). Rousseau e a educação.(2ª ed.). Belo Horizonte:Autêntica.
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