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公共性と学校教育

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タイトル: 公共性と学校教育
その他のタイトル: School Education and Its Public Sphere
著者: 小出, 達夫 著作を一覧する
キーワード: 公共性
公共性の空間構造
高校教育
自己実現
public sphere
structure of public world
high school
self-realization
発行日: 2018年12月25日
出版者: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院
誌名: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院紀要
巻: 133
開始ページ: 123
終了ページ: 147
抄録: This paper offers a brief overview about the structure of the public sphere of high school education. In the article 9 of the fundamental law of education is the next sentence found, “The schools prescribed by law shall be of public nature”. What dose the public nature mean? In this paper I aim for description about the three phases of the public sphere of school education. It consists of individual phase, universal phase and mediational phase. The individual phase consists of individual students who are placed in the different situation and have their own purpose of self-actualization. Universal phase means universal principles which enable student to realize their selfactualization in their future. Mediational phase intends to connect both the individual and universal phase and create the conditions to realize self-actualization of students. In this paper I stipulate “the public nature” as follows, the public nature unifies the autonomy of human existence and heteronomy and so, as the result, it will realize the self-actualization of high school students. When the autonomy of human existence is injured by the interference of others our free will and behavior will be collapsed. In the public sphere, where the autonomous will is coincident with the heteronomous will, we will be able to realize our self-actualization.
資料タイプ: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/72324
出現コレクション:第133号

 

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