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Conscientization and the Cultivation of Conscience

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Keqi (David) Liu

Conscientization and the Cultivation of Conscience constitutes a major contribution to the international literature on the work of Paulo Freire, one of the most influential educationalists of all time. It provides a fresh perspective on the Freirean notion of conscientization, rethinking this pivotal concept in the light of the history of ideas on conscience. The author offers a holistic, philosophical reading of Freire’s texts and argues for the cultivation of conscience through love and dialogue. Such a reading, he suggests, allows us to better respond to the moral crises that face us in the age of global capitalism. The ideas advanced in this book have important implications for philosophical and cultural understanding and for educational theory and practice.
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Preface and Acknowledgments

Introduction

Chapter One: Paulo Freire: Life, Work, and Theory

Chapter Two: The Key Elements of Conscientization

Chapter Three: Conscience and its Relationship With Consciousness

Chapter Four: The Dynamism of the Work of Conscience

Chapter Five: The Cultivation of Conscience

Chapter Six: The Integration of the Cultivation of Conscience Into Conscientization

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