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Diotime. Revue internationale de didactique de la philosophie

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Diotime. Revue internationale de didactique de la philosophie è la rivista online in lingua francese dedicata alle nuove pratiche filosofiche: cafés philosophique (dal 1992), Università popolari, filosofia in azienda e filosofia per bambini. L’obiettivo della rivista è di far conoscere queste pratiche e di contribuire alla riflessione teorica su questa nuova modalità di apprendimento.

La rivista viene fondata nel 1999 dal CRDP   di Montpellier come ideale prosecuzione del bollettino dell’ARDAP (Association pour la Recherche en Didactique de l’Apprentissage du Philosopher). Sono consultabili in linea tutte le annate (dal 2001) tranne le ultime tre rispetto all’anno in corso. Il direttore editoriale della rivista è il noto filosofo Oscar Brénifier.

“Face au défi jeté à l’homme d’un monde complexe et aléatoire, qui a perdu de sa lisibilité, et où les individus cherchent du sens à leur vie, il est urgent de « rendre la philosophie populaire », comme le souhaitait Diderot, et ce dès le plus jeune âge et dans la cité, rendant accessible à tous le “penser par soi-même”, et peut-être une forme de sagesse. On peut regretter, contrairement à d’autres disciplines, la faiblesse en France de la recherche didactique en philosophie. D’où l’intérêt d’un lieu qui rassemble tous les travaux français et internationaux s’inscrivant dans une telle perspective.L’objectif de la revue Diotime est donc de faire connaître ces nouvelles pratiques de terrain, accompagnées par de nouvelles pratiques de formation liées à ces activités, et un nouveau champ de recherche universitaire. Elle contribue, en donnant la parole à des enseignants, des animateurs, des formateurs et des chercheurs, à alimenter la réflexion sur une nouvelle didactique de l’apprentissage du philosopher.”

 

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Phenomenology & Practice: una rivista online dedicata alla fenomenologia e alle “pratiche”

Phenomenology & Practice è la rivista anuale online, peer-review dedicata all’applicazione del pensiero fenomenologico alla “pratica” filosofica, pedagogica, sociologica e medica.

Phenomenology affirms the primacy of lived experience and of the lifeworld – everyday contexts which we inhabit as natural and taken-for-granted – over the conceptual and theoretical. It works to regain a fuller grasp of the nature and significance of our lived experiences. Merleau-Ponty (1962) called this the program of “re-learning to look at the world” by “re-awakening the basic experience of the world” (pp. 8, 11). Experience can be best understood integrally, using evocative, descriptive language that is neither analytic nor conceptual. It is, as Luijpen (1960) says, a question of “restoring to experience its ontological weight.” (p. 88). Proceeding from these premises, phenomenology is understood here as a context-sensitive and transdisciplinary form of inquiry into lived experience that is employed both inside, outside and across of traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Practice“, the second word in the journal’s title, has complex and interrelated meanings. In one sense, it refers to professional and other domains: “the explicit and tacit dimensions of the rules, precepts, codes, principles, guides, commitments, affects, and behaviors that one observes or recommends within a domain of action” (OED, 1989). Practice is also understood as the application of theory; in practice we operationalize methods, techniques, knowledge, skills, and competencies. Additionally, practice can be viewed as having an integrity all of its own. Instead of deriving exclusively from theory, it can be characterized as non-cognitive, as residing in the body, in the world, in relations, and in action, rather than being explicitly known or formalized (van Manen, 1999). Knowing, in this sense, is co-emergent with practice in different situations, actions and relations; together, this practice and knowledge-in-action is manifest, for example, as habituation, demeanor, dwelling and intimacy.

All three of these meanings of practice listed above – as profession, as opposed to theory, and as ‘non-cognitive’ – are central to this journal. Phenomenology & Practice consciously exploits the resonant and symbiotic relationship between the orientation of phenomenology to lived experience and the notion of practice as non-cognitive knowledge-in-action. It is this orientation in phenomenology and this dimension of practice to which this journal gives priority”.

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