CES RTR 1 - Matt Koziol CES 101 Section 3 RTR#1 As a Civil...

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Matt Koziol CES 101, Section 3 RTR #1 As a Civil Engineering major, I am used to classes that explain a method and how to apply it in order to come up with a solution. These classes are not very conducive to opinion and discussion. Thus, I think I had a hard time relating to the article, and it was just easiest for me to ridicule it. Having read your comments I now better understand a few of Freire’s points, and how it would be much more relevant to say a history or political science class, and definitely to life in general. We are living within oppressive systems, and we should be aware of it. I know that Freire wasn’t arguing that teachers have a hidden agenda; it just seems the only way some of his arguments make sense to me is if I assume this is what he is saying. So, the problem I found with my argument is that they could just be passing down the same dominant ideologies that they posses. It’s the idea that the educational system exists within an oppressive system. The educational system is constructed and
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHI 101 taught by Professor Wilson,sky during the Spring '07 term at Washington State University .

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CES RTR 1 - Matt Koziol CES 101 Section 3 RTR#1 As a Civil...

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