Lived Relationality as Fulcrum for Pedagogical–Ethical Practice

Studies in Philosophy and Education 30 (5):455-461 (2011)
What is the core of pedagogical practice? Which qualities are primary to the student–teacher relationship? What is a suitable language for pedagogical practice? What might be the significance of an everyday presentational pedagogical act like for example the glance of a teacher? The pedagogical relation as lived relationality experientially sensed, as well as phenomenologically described and interpreted, precedes educational methods and theories and profoundly challenges educational practice and reflection. The paper highlights the aporetic character of pedagogical practice, reflection and research by suggesting that the pedagogical relation opens up for a practice that is ethically and existentially normative rather than developmentally and socially normative, and thus fundamentally shifts the meaning of education
Keywords Hermeneutic phenomenology  Relation  Ethics  Continental pedagogy  Existential pedagogy
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DOI 10.1007/s11217-011-9244-9
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