The nature experience – what is it like and what does it mean to education?

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.3

Keywords:

phenomenology, Jan Patočka

Abstract

The article briefly analyses Jan Patočka’s original theory of “three movements of human existence”: 1) receiving, 2) reproduction, 3) transcendence – from the viewpoint of whole-life education. These theoretical considerations are confronted with demand for really authentic experience of/with nature in early stages of human development (often claimed by environmentalists). Human relationship with nature is being discussed in terms of existence in the original, “natural” world – with the perspective of its transcendental signification.

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Author Biography

Jana Dlouhá

Charles University Environment Center

References

PATOČKA, J. 1992. Přirozený svět jako filozofický problém. Vimperk: Československý spisovatel, edice Orientace, 1992.

KOUBA, P. 2003. Problém třetího pohybu. Na okraj Patočkova pojetí existence. CFB-03-06 / CTS-03-07. July 2003 [Citováno 2006-10-28] Dostupné z WWW <http://www.cts.cuni.cz/reports/2003/CTS-03-07.pdf>

Published

12. 12. 2006

How to Cite

Dlouhá, J. (2006). The nature experience – what is it like and what does it mean to education?. Envigogika, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.3

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Reviewed Papers