Desarrollos interpretativos de la filosofía de la educación en la tradición anglófona: un intento de sistematización

Interpretive developments of the philosophy of education in the anglophone tradition: an attempt to systematise them

David Luque

DOI: https://doi.org/10.22550/REP77-1-2019-08

La introducción del método analítico en el ámbito de la filosofía de la educación dio lugar a una primera época dorada que, una vez el propio método se encerró en sí mismo y se aisló de la realidad educativa, originó una crisis epistemológica e institucional. Las generaciones posteriores a esa primera de Israel Scheffler y R. S. Peters, a la vista de esa crisis, comenzaron un amplio y rico debate sobre cómo conducirse en adelante. En ese último escenario nace este artículo, cuyo objetivo es realizar una aproximación a las principales posturas a la hora de comprender el área. El método que se ha seguido está caracterizado por dos notas esenciales. La primera, una revisión sistemática de todos los artículos sobre filosofía de la educación de los principales autores. La segunda, un ejercicio hermenéutico que intentará componer un discurso unitario con las principales sensibilidades de todos ellos. El resultado es la identificación de cinco grupos reseñables que difieren entre sí, principalmente, en la relación que ha de mantener la filosofía de la educación con la práctica educativa y, en consecuencia, cómo ha de pensarse el propio ejercicio del filósofo de la educación. Lo que da lugar a discusión sobre si no es posible pensar todas esas posturas, más que vistas en sí mismas parcialmente, como partes integrantes de un todo que busca comprender el fenómeno educativo y lo mejora globalmente. Pues, si hay una conclusión más o menos evidente, es que no parece que vaya a existir de nuevo una perspectiva unificadora como la analítica y que es necesario una dinámica de relaciones dialógicas recíprocas como nuevo paradigma emergente.

 

Cómo citar este artículo: Luque, D. (2019). Desarrollos interpretativos de la filosofía de la educación en la tradición anglófona: un intento de sistematización | Interpretive developments of the philosophy of education in the anglophone tradition: an attempt to systematise them. Revista Española de Pedagogía, 77 (272), 67-82. doi: https://doi.org/10.22550/REP77-1-2019-08

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David Luque es Licenciado en Teología y Pedagogía así como Doctor en esta última disciplina por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. En la actualidad, desarrolla su docencia en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y desempeña labores de investigación junto a Piero Coda. En reconocimiento a su carrera académica ha obtenido los Premios Extraordinarios de Licenciatura y Doctorado, el Premio Complutense de Humanidades y el Primer Premio Nacional de Excelencia Académica.

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