One of the major innovations introduced by Legislative Decree 65/2017 is the affirmation of the basic but not obvious principle that specific professional skills are necessary to scientifically qualify educational interventions in different areas of personal and community services. From this statement follows the recognition of the need for university qualification for childcare services. The value of such an acknowledgment is captured in all its depth if placed in the presence of the age-old social and political devaluation, which has often become invisibility, of care work. Pedagogical reflection, in particular, has long highlighted how there can be no real education without attentive listening to emotions, both of the educator and of the educator. It still remains to ask whether, in the concreteness of many contexts, the rehabilitation of emotions and corporeality is actual. At first glance, our society today seems to give a lot of space to emotions and appears very focused on the care of the body, however it is necessary to ask oneself, above all in a pedagogical and educational perspective, if this enhancement of emotions and body is truly adequate for the full flourishing of the human person. In this perspective, I will carry out my reflections on the philosophy of childhood education, placing myself within the framework of the phenomenological-hermeneutic school of thought. The choice to carry out the reflection in the horizon disclosed by the philosophy of Edmund Husserl appears particularly appropriate to the theme in question because many phenomenologists have dealt with the theme of the body and, therefore, of the emotions which represent the body of the body. In particular, I will make specific reference to some passages of the writings of Maurice Merleau-Ponty which have as their object the infantile emotional experience.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||La scuola tra saperi e valori etico-sociali|
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|
|Nome||SOCIETÀ ITALIANA DI PEDAGOGIA|