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EDUCATION, THOUGHT AND MEANING Examining education through the prism of the theory of art

Miroslav Huzjak

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str. 21-30

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Dissatisfaction with the system of education as a reflection of the social lack of purpose and meaning. What is worth learning at school? The problem of perception at the linguistic level – perception as the decoding of sighs. Concepts as signs, “watching linguistically”. Theories of perception: schematic and literal perception, the recognition of function and the observation of form. Objectivity and the models of reality. The adaptation of the perceived to the available categories; why does the brain create “optic illusions”? The problem of freedom and man-machine. Theories of “artistic wants” and “the history of art without a name”: freedom or necessity, being conditioned historically; “forms of watching”. What is a case? Scientific equations and truth as a standardised structure. The paradoxes of quantum physics; do we teach children what science says, or we simply can not get the upper hand of that? Order and the self-similarity of nature in Pythagoras’s proportional system as a foundation of the structural correlation between school subjects. Overcoming the limited experiences of our senses by a change in perspective – the mind and cognition in creating meaning.

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Education, meaning, art, language, perception, freedom, creativity, structure, correlation, cognition

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