ANTONIO GRAMSCI AND PAULO FREIRE

Peter Mayo

Resumo


This paper brings together two of the most cited figures in the radical debate
on education and adult education: Antonio Gramsci and Paulo Freire. The former
influenced the latter and the ideas of one not only echo but at times also
complement those of the other. Taken together their work provides signposts
for a critically engaged pedagogy. The paper addresses the Marxian influence
that underlies their respective thinking on education for social transformation,
their conception of ideology and the resources of hope found in their work with
the emphases being placed on the concept of praxis; the philosophy and pedagogy
of praxis. The notion of a directive pedagogy, in which educators have
authority without being authoritarian, is also addressed.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31892/rieja.v1i1.5259

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