Cognitive Pedagogy or a Strict Nominalistic Approach to Pedagogy

  • F. Vandamme
  • R. U. Ghent


How important in the educative process are language deviations and language disturbances? Are we dealing here with something mar­ginal to the educative process or are we rather, immediately at the heart of the matter? In other words is the contemplation of language deviations and disturbances a phenomenon lying at the edge of the whole educative process? The answer to this question will determine how one handles language deviation and its treatment. If one considers it as a marginal phenomenon, then language deviation is a matter relevant only a) for a few specialists who as or with logopedists must help the deviating child when his deviation be­comes very large or hindering, or b) it is the business of the general educator, when he has spare time or has realized his glo­bal objectives or as a breather, to hold himself busy with the language of his patients, his children.


Education Process Pedagogical Situation Language Deviation Register Series Educative Action 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Vandamme
    • 1
  • R. U. Ghent
    • 1
  1. 1.Seminaire Logika en KennisleerGentBelgium

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