프레이리의 인간관에 나타난 인간 존엄성Human Dignity in Paulo Freire’s View of Human Being
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- Human Dignity in Paulo Freire’s View of Human Being
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- Paulo Freire; human dignity; incompleted beings; ethical beings; special education
- 교육철학, no.82, pp.55 - 78
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- The purpose of this study is to examine Paulo Freire's book and reveal the dignity that appears in his human view.
This researcher discussed Freire's view of human being on subjective being, incomplete being, and community being. His view of human beings contained human dignity. In Chapter II, it was discussed that human is both subjective and objective being. The human dignity contained in this view of human being was identified as ‘autonomy as a subjective human being’. In Chapter III, it was examined that incomplete human is not a determined being, but a changeable being in the process of becoming. From this point of view, human dignity was identified as a proxy participating in unverified possibilities, not as the achievement of “the possibility of a dignified life.” In Chapter IV, it was reviewed that community humans could not exist apart from the world and exist in constant interaction. Based on this understanding of humans, it was found that human dignity lied in ethics as an obligation.
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