Matthew Lipman y Paulo Freire: Conceptos para la libertad

Utopía y Praxis Latinoamericana 7 (18):35-56 (2002)

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M. Lipman and P. Freire are two thinkers who support the practice of liberty. Liberty is liberty to learn to think, and to exist in communities of dialogue, questioning, and search. This is the project that leads human beings to understand themselves and recognize others. Without liberty there..

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