philosophical pedagogy; blurred genres; interdisciplinarity; transdisciplinarity; specialization of a higher order
Nauki o Wychowaniu. Studia Interdyscyplinarne, Vol. 2, iss. 1 (2016), s. 15-28
The divergence trend in cognition and education is so strong that instead of an image in high definition we cease to see the reality as a meaningful whole. Therefore, it is the time of blurred genres and interdisciplinary research. However, pedagogy hardly copes with the postulate of interdisciplinarity. The breakdown into research plots and specializations blocks the question about multidimensional education. The problem is even more serious. Interdisciplinarity also has adverse consequences, which brings on the need to change the academic culture. Transdisciplinarity makes a higher level of interdisciplinarity as a change in the epistemological status of the individual humanities. In that context, philosophical pedagogy is not just a part of
pedagogy, but it is an internal transdisciplinary movement in pedagogy.