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|Title:||The concept of truth in philosophy teaching: aesthetic dimension in discussion|
|Author:||Andraus, Mariana Baruco Machado|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this essay is to examine the contributions coming from the aesthetics to Philosophy teaching. For us, it seems possible to argue that using strategies that included the aesthetic dimension of truth in Philosophy teaching may lead to an improvement in the teaching of this subject. This essay is a qualitative bibliographic research that aims to discuss the concept of truth in the teaching of Philosophy, with focus on the importance of the aesthetic dimension in contrast to the formal dimension of the concept of truth. Nevertheless, could truth be taught through art? Even more than that, according to Nietzsche, is it really possible to talk about truth, even in terms of aesthetics? What would mean this reasoning in the context of Philosophy teaching? In fact, for Nietzsche, the truth cannot be surely limited to an absolute and ultimate dimension. Those issues guide the current essay, which starts doing a literature review of works whose object of study coincides with ours. Following that, we discuss the concept of truth, including its impacts to the teaching of Philosophy. Finally, we investigate the aesthetic dimension behind the concept of truth, which we propose as a reference for Philosophy teachers, taking into account the consequences brought by the Decree nº 11.684 of 2008 in Brazil|
|Editor:||Izdatel'stvo Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk|
|Appears in Collections:||IA - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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