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By Marta Burguet, Francisco Esteban, Maria Rosa Buxarrais and María Azevedo


Since 1999, the signing of the Bologna Declaration, if not before, the university is still the subject of intense debate. Saving the specific, first we find a way to think about college that does not renounce his past and focuses its attention on a story or so glorious. On the other hand, we are dealing with a speech defending a university adapted to the times; a new university that perhaps has little to do with his past. Both views have their advantages, but also have certain weaknesses and, more importantly, none of them seemed to offer a full explanation of the university demanded postmodernity. We argue that, far from what it may seem, is not opposed positions, or incompatible. This paper is dedicated to providing a possible starting point

Topics: Universidade, formação ética, pós-modernidade, Bolonha, Education, L, Education (General), L7-991
Publisher: Editora da Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul
Year: 2012
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