If philosophy do harm to the teacher? Some remarks on lost identityof men and philosophy
AbstractWhatever you may say about the state of contemporary philosophy and its crisis, man has to keep asking about the sense of life and how to live. Today, we often consent to the impossibility to draw on man’s most essential existential dilemma. We tend to rake up old myths to feel safe. The wisdom of philosophy is not of value. Why? Can people
responsible for the formation of a young generation find support in philosophy? What is the value of Christian culture in man’s formation? Love has always been present in the numerous tasks, goals and means Christianity offers. The love of enemies, the love of the others. That is what Jesus taught us to do. Christian philosophy is expected to clarify this truth; the truth about beauty, the dignity of the other. This is the role of philosophy if it assists pedagogy and Christian pedagogy in particular.
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BOUŻYK, Maria Małgorzata. If philosophy do harm to the teacher? Some remarks on lost identityof men and philosophy. Paedagogia Christiana. Online. 3 November 2009. Vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 39-54. [Accessed 5 December 2023]. DOI 10.12775/PCh.2009.027.
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