Commenting Frantz Fanon — THE WRETCHED OF THE EARTH — Chapter 1

  • Transporting the topic to the educational dimension, “The governing race is first and foremost those who come from elsewhere, those who are unlike the original inhabitants,” the others. The authority that a teacher receives from a child — which is gratified because he/she is right, good and passive — is it ethically proper behaviour by an adult? Shouldn’t be the adult’s responsibility to question the authority received, put it into perspective, justify it to himself and in the educational relationship with students? In particular, with the most passive? The silent ones? Those who don’t rebel? Those who explore imaginary roads within themselves, not knowing how to find a space and a voice in reality?
  • Transposing Favon’s words into actuality, I could say that it is almost prophetic in announcing current news: The poor will enter with violence into the luxury shops of the streets to try to appropriate, symbolically and materially, a denied and forbidden belonging.
  1. The first thing you learn (even at school) is to remain in place, not to exceed the limits, in a contest organized by others / by the authority / by the curriculum:

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Maria()Leisure

Academic researcher Education & Psychology. Writer of the imaginary #futureemozioni #innersensuality IT-FR-EN — Me, my main distraction — @maria_leisure