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●Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed and the idea of what has come to be known as"critical pedagogy" pose education in a different light than many other educationalphilosophies. Do any of the points made by Freire speak to you? Is there something youintensely disagree with? What are your views on the idea of critical pedagogy?Freire's Critical Pedagogy is normally seen as a, "splendid approach of an exceptionally chargedpolitical character" (Leonard and McLaren, 2004, p. 27). Freire accepted that regardless of the finishof colonization, the colonizing talk stays present in individuals' brains. The ones that were oncecolonized may even now accept that there is a prevalent language, an unrivaled culture, and apredominant nation. This sentiment of being substandard is a type of persecution. Subsequently,Freire accepted that a genuine training should have been a freeing instruction, one which would freethe abuse of such contemplations. Inevitably, this progression would prompt social change. Freire accepted that there are two realities that the teacher just as the understudy should have been