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Aux sources de la confiance dans la relation éducative

Edited by Hubert Vincent

It is an old problem to know how, in any educational process involving someone who knows or is supposed to know, someone who does not know or is supposed not to know, the attention may be gently slide towards what is common to them or what they can talk about together. Then knowledge is no longer in the mind of such and such a master, but "is valid for" reality as much as it separates us from it and assures us of it. From one position to another, trust changes meaning: from the interpersonal and subjective that it seems at the beginning, it moves and modifies its anchorages to concern these signs of knowledge and otherness, and first of all the language. In short, and as the didacticians say, there is a master effect in any educational process and the question is to get out of it. It is on this condition that trust changes meaning. This issue of the CREN review explores this problem from very different points of view: that of the history of the philosophy of education, that of epistemology, that of the analysis of ordinary pedagogical relations, that of the analysis of the present. that of emancipation, and that of comparative anthropology.

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