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  1. The Experience of Strangeness in Education: Camus, Jean-Baptiste Clamence and the Little Ease.Aidan Curzon-Hobson - 2017 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 49 (3):264-272.
    When The Myth of Sisyphus describes those who live in the ‘rarefied air of the absurd’, Camus uses the word fidelity. This signals a recognition of both defeat and the demand for struggle. This suggests a humility. Education can be said to have this characteristic; it is constantly in service to the new and yet understands these come with limits. And these limits are overcome as education develops the mind to see differently and change the world we live in. This (...)
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