체험의 개념 – 듀이 사상을 중심으로Conceptions of Actual Experience - Centered on Dewey's Thought
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- Conceptions of Actual Experience - Centered on Dewey's Thought
- 주야린; 한경희; 송도선
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- J. Dewey; actual experience; experience; occupation; work.
- 교육철학, no.83, pp.27 - 51
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- This study aims to reveal the concept of one's own ‘actual experience’ (體驗) by comparing with the concepts of experience, occupation, and work, focusing on J. Dewey's idea.
First, if the concept of ‘actual experience’ is defined from an pedagogical point of view, it can be organized into ‘process of accepting external stimuli through the whole body by directly and specifically contacting the object through the body such as human sensory organs and muscles’.
The concept of ‘actual experience’ in Dewey's thoughts was compared and analyzed with ‘experience’, ‘occupation’, and ‘work’, which are similarly used. First, experience contains very comprehensive meanings, but ‘actual experience’ can be said to be a subset of 'experience' in that it is used quite limitedly. Second, occupation refers to acquiring certain principles of objects related to real life, while actual experience refers to acquiring some knowledge through it. Third, while work pursues physical results, experience pursues psychological or intellectual results, and the former expects material and economic rewards, while the latter expects educational rewards.
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