By Brecht de Smet
In A Dialectical Pedagogy of rebellion, Brecht De Smet deals an highbrow discussion among the political concept of Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci and the cultural psychology of Soviet philosopher Lev Vygotsky in the framework of the Egyptian 25 January Revolution. Their come across affirms the iconic desire for a coherent concept of the progressive topic within the period of world capitalism, in line with a political pedagogy of subaltern hegemony, harmony, and reciprocal education.
Investigating the political and financial lineages and results of the mass rebellion of Tahrir sq., De Smet discusses the emancipatory achievements and hegemonic mess ups of the Egyptian workers’ and civil democratic pursuits from the viewpoint in their (in)ability to build a real dialectical pedagogy.
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