ERIC Number: EJ924598
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2006-Mar
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Reference Count: 35
Inclusion and Diversity from Hegelylacan Point of View: Do We Desire Our Desire for Change?
Baldino, Roberto Ribeiro; Cabral, Tania Cristina B.
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, v4 n1 p19-43 Mar 2006
This paper discusses the problem of social exclusion, reported to be intrinsically connected to mathematical teaching from the perspective of Hegel's philosophy and Lacan's psychoanalysis. It provides a characterization of mathematics from a language viewpoint discusses the perennial demand for more mathematical achieving from the perspective of hysterics and obsessive symptoms and shows how desire is linked with the choice of values in assessment.
Descriptors: Social Isolation, Mathematics Instruction, Philosophy, Mathematics Achievement, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Evaluation Methods
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