Students and Teachers as Authors in a Bakhtinian Critical Dialogue
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I provide an example of ontological critical education. In my analysis of example, I show the authorial nature of the critical intrinsic education for both students and the teacher. The notion of authorial education and authorship is constructed as transcendence of the culturally given recognized by relevant others and/or the self. Of course, this example is only approximation to critical intrinsic education in a post-work leisure-based society.
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