By Dieter Berstecher, Jacques Drèze, Gabriel Fragnière, Yves Guyot, Collette Hambye, Ignace Hecquet, Jean Jadot, Jean Ladrière, Nicholas Rouche (auth.)
In instituting its potential experiences the ecu Cultural Founda tion has to a point long gone opposed to culture. beforehand those that have been deeply devoted to the assumption of a ecu group appeared into the previous instead of into the longer term for bases on which the com munity should be built-in. despite the fact that, if we need a eu society to develop into a truth it has to be equipped at the foundation of shared basic values. nearly all of guides facing a unified or inte grated Europe have before authorised that this beginning warrantly ing the steadiness of a destiny ecu society might be present in convinced universal components of the heritage of the eu international locations. The futurological stories instituted through the eu Cultural Foun dation haven't rejected this mode of procedure outright. they've got revered the ancient framework integral to any futurological venture. however the learn and discussions of the teams operating in the framework of Plan Europe 2000 supply expanding aid to the conviction expressed through Gaston Deurinck within the first phrases of his advent to the current research: "The destiny doesn't exist .. thf> destiny is to be created, and ahead of being created, it has to be conceived, it needs to be invented, and eventually willed" ..
Read Online or Download A University of the Future PDF
Similar philosophy & social aspects books
David Ross Locke (1833-1888), who additionally wrote lower than the pseudonym Petroleum V. Nasby, used to be an American journalist and early political commentator throughout the American Civil warfare. He labored on a number of newspapers together with the Democrat, the Pittsburgh Chronicle, the Toledo Blade, the Plymouth usher in and the Bucyrus magazine.
A cross-disciplinary selection of 20 essays describing the adventure to public scholarship, exploring the pleasures and perils linked to breaching the town-gown divide. contains contributions from departments of geography, comparative literature, sociology, communications, background, English, public overall healthiness, and biologyDiscusses their efforts to arrive past the academy and to make their rules and study extensively obtainable to a much broader audienceOpens the best way for a brand new form of democratic politics—one in keeping with grounded innovations and significant social participationIncludes deeply own bills concerning the trip to turning into a public student and to intervening politically on the earth, whereas closing inside a college systemProvides a extensive prescription for social swap, either inside of and outdoors the college
This vintage textual content in academic examine literature has been completely up-to-date take into consideration new philosophical theories and the present political context for tutorial study. closing, in spite of the fact that, are the 3, key relevant issues: the character of social technological know-how ordinarily; the character of academic enquiry particularly; and the hyperlinks among the language and ideas of study, at the one hand, and people of perform and coverage at the different.
"Heutagogy, or self-determined studying, redefines how we comprehend studying and gives a few fascinating possibilities for educators. it's a novel method of academic perform, drawing on popular ideas corresponding to constructivism, potential, andragogy and complexity concept. Heutagogy can be supported via a considerable and becoming physique of neuroscience study.
- Art and Creativity in Reggio Emilia: Exploring the Role and Potential of Ateliers in Early Childhood Education (Contesting Early Childhood)
- Drama Education in the Lives of Girls: Imagining Possibilities
- Historia y teoría social
- Why care for Nature?: In search of an ethical framework for environmental responsibility and education (The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics)
- The Color of School Reform
Additional info for A University of the Future
The following reasons may be given for this increasing interaction: 34 Jean Ladriere, Jacques Dreze, Jean] adot and Nicolas Rouche 1) The resources placed at the disposal of the university by society are considerable, due as much to the increase in the number of students and the greater effort made to organise research, as to the increasing costs of research installations and staff. These resources are transferred from the community to the university via the state. The latter naturally wishes to control the use made of these resources.
PART III: PRESENT TRENDS IN GROUP ATTITUDES AND PRESSURES 7. THE DEMANDS OF VARIOUS GROUPS After this prospective study of the tasks of the university we must examine the trends which are at present affecting the university and the dynamic tendencies proper to these trends. They are represented by the "demands" which are made on the university by certain specific groups. The dynamic impetus of these trends is determined by the pressures which these groups are capable of exerting. " The "leaders" have to realise objectives (dictated by those values which are incorporated in our civilisation and which are more or less accepted by the community as a whole) subject to more or less strict constraints.
A third consideration is that a considerable increase in leisure time may be expected. This must be accompanied by a corresponding growth in cultural opportunities. Science certainly represents one of the main dimensions of a culture which truly reflects the possibilities of the human mind. The university must be able to contribute to making science accessible to everyone, at all times and in the free-est and most disinterested fashion. A ims and purposes ot the university in Europe in the year 2000 29 A fourth and final consideration is that if we want people to be really able to develop in conformity with their own inclinations and aptitudes, it must be made possible for them to change the direction of their study at any moment.