By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
Education is the transmission of data and ability from one new release to a different, and is vitally major for the expansion and unfolding of the dwelling person. It manifests the indispensable skill of the trademarks to tell apart existence in self-individualization from inside, and in its unfold via inter-generative networks. the current selection of papers specializes in the underpinnings of the inventive workings of the human techniques of reason.
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Pp. 290–291. 6 See Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, “The Ontopoiesis of Life as a New Philosophical Paradigm,” in Phenomenological Inquiry 22 (Belmont, Massachusetts: World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning, 1998), pp. 39–40. , Paideia. Philosophy/Phenomenology of Life Inspiring Education of our Times. Analecta Husserliana LXVIII (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2000), p. 14. 8 Tymieniecka, op. , p. 13. , Yearbook of Politics: Latvia 2004 (R¯iga: Zin¯atne, 2005). 10 Achieving the Lisbon Goal: The Contribution of VET: Final Report to the European Commision 1-11-04 (European Commission, 2005), p.
It acquires form and transforms it. ” 53 Tymieniecka, Creative Experience and the Critique of Reason, op. , p. 28. 54 A-T. Tymieniecka, Impetus and Equipoise in the Life-Strategies of Reason (Logos and Life, Vol. 4), Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2000, p. 3. , p. 4. , pp. 4–5. KIYMET SELVI PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH IN EDUCATION In this study I discuss how to apply the phenomenological approach to education. Formal learning systems try to create a community in which people have similar feelings, behaviors, and understandings, and so they mostly ignore students’ individual differences.