‘Transformação total’: Por que Kant não desistiu da educação

Robert Louden

Resumo


Nesse ensaio argumento que Kant permanece comprometido com a necessidade e a importância fundamental da educação ao longo da sua carreira. Segundo Johann Bernhard Basedow (1724-1790) Kant afirma que a ‘transformação total’ das escolas é necessária, e ele mantém essa perspectiva não apenas na década de 1770, mas, também, em seus últimos anos. Na construção do meu ensaio, eu tento refutar duas recentes interpretações opostas – a saber, a de Reinhard Brandt com um posicionamento kantiano de um precoce ‘entusiasmo educacional’ que mais tarde foi substituído pelo entusiasmo político e a visão de Manfred Kuehn, segundo a qual a crescente importância da autonomia na ética madura de Kant leva-o a diminuir a ênfase na educação.

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Kant, educação, autonomia, destino, disposições.

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