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Selling out quickly every year, these shows will be the only opportunity to catch Garrix live during Amsterdam Dance Event in Here, the author is not defending spontaneity: The opposite of the spontaneous in this case is not control or direction, but rather omission. The teacher educates with his presence, with his personal existence, with his example, and with his questions and his opinions. He influences the student when the relationship between them is spontaneous to the point of the student not knowing or perceiving that he is being educated.

For Buber, the child and the teacher are situated together at the center of the educational process Hilliard, According to Buber , the educational relationship is a dialogical relationship by nature, characterized by the elements of inclusion and reciprocity. Reciprocity is an element that is particular to the educational relationship. Reciprocity cannot, however, be complete in the relationship between teacher and student; while the educator experiences how the student is being educated, the student, on the contrary, cannot experience how the educator educates him.

The educator is generally on both sides of the situation; the student is on only one side. With this concept, Buber points out an asymmetry in the relationship between teacher and student and, in this sense, distances himself from the position of Paulo Freire.

For Freire , education is not only the act of transmitting knowledge; he did not see teaching or learning as a one-way street. He believed the process must be based on the values of educational agents. This kind of education can only be based on dialogue between educational agents.

The articulation of the world and of the relationships between men is a necessary condition for the process of humanization and the construction of identities. It is easier to identify what is thought to be lacking than what the student whether child, teenager, or adult possesses.

The meaning of these living conditions is not discussed; doing so could create and reinforce stigmas. Without understanding the symbolic dimension, reading between the lines, and noticing body language and nonverbal cues, it would be impossible for the teacher to have a firm presence, an authentic encounter, or an act of educational creation.

The discussion therefore becomes a question of ethics. Freire and Buber favor rethinking ethics in terms of pedagogical action. The challenge is to understand knowledge as a dynamic, constantly changing process. Knowledge consists of multiple ways of creating and re-creating the world, and its aspects include politics, values, and ethics.

When this nexus is broken, discipline ceases to exist.

Instead, disorder alternates with authoritarianism, and freedom is seen as antagonistic to authority. Dialogue turns into monologue, as when everyone speaks at the same time and no one listens - that is, when there is no collaboration - and also when there is only one voice allowed and no room is allowed for an authentic response.

Freire points out the importance for the teacher-student relationship of constructing a common language that makes students feel that they belong and that invites them to think and learn how to learn.

Unless it is connected to culture and unless it resonates with truth, language will carry a tone of authoritarian rule that imposes a monologue on what should be a creative process of learning. For Freire, schools are neither good nor bad per se, but are historical-social institutions that are contextualized in political space.

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Schools can be transformed when there isa concern for and action taken with regard to issues related to culture, issues that are part of a wider process of social transformation. Thus, the capacity for relationship and dialogue are principles that influence social groups in their work toward building a society that is to greater or lesser degrees just or unequal. Freire considers the act of educating as an act that instills our daily tasks with new meaning; Buber understands the educational act as being fundamentally oriented toward the formation of a community where people can live with mutual respect in a space of solidarity, reciprocity, and dialogue.

Thus, for both authors concepts of education and community allow for opportunities to rediscover what is common and to educate students to learn how to understand a sense of community, inclusion, and diversity such that students will come to recognize the other within the mutual dimension of a relationship. A real community, according to Buber , is created when its members are all united with each other in reciprocity.

A community is built from this kind of relationship as a starting point, and a successful community must have an active and living center. The educational community, for Freire, is built by praxis. It consists of reflection and action taken by men to transform the world. Without this, it is impossible to overcome the diametrical opposition between oppressor and oppressed.

The Constitution was written at a time when democratic currents sought to challenge patterns of oppression, with the goal of building a free and fair society based on solidarity.

These principles, which are important for education as well as for communities and are expressed in Article 3, are now at risk.

This has been the common path of movements and groups whenever they carry a sense of community: They bring their voices and values to discussions of the disputed political models in question. The kind of education they support is related to epistemological curiosity. Perhaps they are advocates for a sense of concern for the value of life and for the future, and they experience the creative exercise of liberation.

According to Novaes , in order to understand the importance of these groups, it is necessary to remember: There is an unprecedented historical confluence between the proliferation of firearms subject to the interests of the war industry , the corruption and violence of police who are unprepared to deal with youth and who demand money from the richest while subjecting the poorest to various types of humiliation , and the existence of poor areas dominated by the illicit drug trade which represent only the most visible part of a much larger and more complex worldwide network to generate profits.

For Buber , all education must have a focus on inclusion 3 in the difficult but achievable goal of building community. This is a kind of education where dialogue, presence, and authentic encounters take place, and where inclusion of all is prioritized in the fight for equality and against all types of discrimination, exclusion, or lack of rights for people, groups, or social classes.

In a community, what people do matters. Paulo Freire, in Pedagogy of the Oppressed and Pedagogy of Hope b , highlights obstacles that prevent the oppressed from recognizing themselves as such and, through the exercise of reflected action praxis , transforming their condition of being dominated. Listen and answer responsibly. A responsible response begins with listening to the other, which is a basic presupposition of quality education and research.

Freire and Buber continue to contribute - through their ideas and the projects they conceived - to the field of education in Brazil.

They call on us to act in ways that help to engender achievements in the political as well as the practical sphere. Thus, poor people, women, people of African heritage, indigenous people, disabled people, people living on the street, and people who have been deprived of their freedom - all the people who make up the diversity that is Brazilian society, with diverse creeds, religions, and sexual orientations, are finally gaining visibility in public policy agendas.

The struggles of the past were not for nothing; on the contrary, there has been a broad social movement, led by community groups and sometimes by school university groups, that has made itself heard in the debates about rights for all and education for all.

Paulo Freire presented himself as an educator who was capable of analyzing and discussing education.

This process occurs by overcoming initial conditions and opening the mind to a critical worldview. That is, through the educational process, man can transform himself and transform his social context.

Buber stressed the importance of man being free, autonomous, and able to resist being manipulated. We are living through difficult times in the world, in a context of high stakes for many countries. Situations of intolerance, social segregation, and gender, ethnic, and religious persecution are worsening in several places in the West and East. The work of these philosophers, therefore, remains pertinent because it helps us to understand that through education and a sense of community, we can recognize the struggle for social justice and its achievements.

That way, it is possible to reinvigorate and envision ways of continuing to fight. The ideas of Freire and Buber are relevant because they speak to and mobilize political action in the present, in daily life, and in a state of intellectual, aesthetic, and ethical alertness.


We can respond to each and every situation in a responsible and integrated way, even - and especially - when the scenario does not seem favorable or promising. Whenever crisis sets in, their way of understanding reality and their worldview can provide us with keys to a critical understanding of the world through words and action.

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Contrariamente a algumas crticas que lhe foram dirigidas, Buber no utiliza a massa informe das lendas como um veculo de suas prprias idias a respeito da mstica hassdica. With the Movement for Popular Culture, the prevailing understanding of illiteracy was transformed due to the strong influence of Paulo Freire.

Schools can be transformed when there isa concern for and action taken with regard to issues related to culture, issues that are part of a wider process of social transformation.

O fato primitivo para Buber a relao. O Problema do Homem, pgina 18 da traduo francesa.

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