Learning and Hatred for Meaning

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This study poses the problems of theoretical and philosophical pedagogy in the practice of teaching. The research goal was to improve my teaching. A concrete experience of undergraduate lecturing is the subject. This unconventional New Paradigm research strives for an immediacy of contact between text and practice. How does a beginning lecturer grapple with this job? What is it like to establish oneself as a teacher? The emphasis is upon the experience of teaching, of the school, and what is expected of one as instructor.
[Not in series, 18]  1984.  263 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
9
Part One: Preamble, Theory, and Analysis
11
1. Preamble: Defining the Problem
13
i. The Context of Research
14
ii. The Reappraisal of Predecessors
16
iii. Indication
18
2. Theory
20
a. The Comparison
21
i. The Behavioristic Approach
21
ii. The Humanistic-Psychological Approach
25
iii. The Cultural-Historical Approach
29
iv. Summing up, I surmise that …
34
3. Levels of Analysis and of Generic Idiograms
36
a. A Denotive Variant of the Interpretative Paradigm
36
i. Assuming
37
ii. Practice
39
b. Descriptive/Interpretative
48
c. The Development
58
Part Two: The Genetic Text
61
Forms and Beginnings: Introduction to the Genetic Text
63
a. The Presentation of the ‘Context of Teaching’
63
b. What Brought Me to Write These Eassays
66
Interface One
70
1. ‘I’ Culture, Violence, and Education
71
a. ‘I’
71
b. Culture
76
c. Violence
80
d. Education
87
e. The Consequences of This Reflection
92
Interface Two
94
2. Student: What Did You Learn/What Can You Learn
95
a. A Simulated Interview
96
b. The Analyis
101
c. Which Body of Knowledge
106
d. Reqirements Banished, Electives Trumpeted
112
e. The Last Word
114
Interface Three
115
3. The Knowledge Machine
117
a. The Metaphor
117
b. The ‘World’ Takes Over
120
c. The Factory
126
Interface Four
134
4. The Sons of Roland Barthes
138
a. Method: Doxa/Para-dox
138
b. Bathmology
142
c. In the Mirror the Name of the Father
149
d. The Teacher
162
Interface Five
167
5. Orphans and Origins: Jean Paul Dollé
169
a. Intellectual Friendship
170
b. Demeurer
172
c. Famille and Patrie
177
d. Metaphysics
182
e. Assessments
187
Interface Six
191
6. Teaching
192
a. Intersubjectivity
192
b. Introsubjective
198
c. Cultural Event
204
i. The Dialogue
205
ii. The Literature
210
iii. Dominant Intellectual Trends
215
Part Three: Discussion and Evaluation
227
1. Discussion and Evaluation
229
a. Immediacy: la parole and ‘meaning’
231
b. Formative Evaluation: Knowledge is Social
235
c. Summing Up and Further
240
Notes
245
Bibliography
253
Summary in Dutch: Samenvatting
265
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  84199306