Doktorandské Štúdium - Súčasný Stav a Perspektívy I (2017)

Lukáš Švihura
University of Prešov In Prešov
Academic capitalism, which has become part of the higher education ideology, emphasizes scientific activity as a means of generating profits at the expense of pedagogical activity. The article is a philosophical reflection of this issue, especially in the humanities. The author reflects on the philosophical characteristic of the personality of a young scientist as a pedagogue, who, besides the scientometric requirements, should also fulfill the more elementary social role, namely to educate and inspire students of humanities as members of the humanist society of liberal democracy.
Keywords University  Humanities  Philosophy  Doctoral students  Pedagogical activities
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