By Stephen Cowden,Gurnam Singh
Acts of Knowing goals to supply readers with a method of realizing the problems from the point of view of severe Pedagogy; a tutorial philosophy which believes that 'knowing' needs to be free of the restrictions of the monetary and managerialist logics which dominate the modern college. severe Pedagogy is critical for 3 key purposes: it conceptualises pedagogy as a strategy of engagement among the instructor and taught; secondly that that engagement is predicated on an underlying humanistic view approximately human worthy and cost; and thirdly that the 'knowing' that may pop out of this engagement should be understood primarily as trade among humans, instead of a monetary exchange.
Cowden and Singh argue that the belief of schooling as easily a method for securing financial returns for the person and for the society's positioning in an international industry, represents a essentially impoverished belief of schooling, which impoverishes not only participants, yet society as a whole.
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Acts of Knowing: Critical Pedagogy in, Against and Beyond the University by Stephen Cowden,Gurnam Singh