Comentário sobre alcorn & massé: pedagogia problemática

  • Michael O’Loughlin Adelphi University
Palavras-chave: Pedagogia profunda. Pedagogia do inconsciente. Psicanálise. Recusa. Resistência. Profissão impossível.

Resumo

Respondendo aos artigos de Michelle Massé and Marshall Alcorn, começo por argumentar pela necessidade de se reconhecer a ignorância como performativa, ao invés de meramente ilustrativa da resistência do aluno em algum sentido patológico. Eu, então, exploro a noção Lacaniana de que os professores desenvolvem suposições imaginárias sobre a falta em seus alunos e que essas suposições dão suporte para que sejam resgatadas, entre os professores, fantasias que são relacionadas a sustentar suas próprias demandas inconscientes por gratificações narcísicas e por amor. Eu concluo mostrando como essas ideias ressoam na minha autobiografia, como professor, bem como nas ideias-chave dos dois artigos em discussão; e saúdo ambos os autores por propiciarem uma valiosa discussão sobre o ensino como uma “profissão impossível”.

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Biografia do Autor

Michael O’Loughlin, Adelphi University

Professor at Adelphi University in Long Island, New York, where he is on the faculty of Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies and in the School of Education. He is a clinical and research supervisor in the Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology, and he is a training analyst in the Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy at Adelphi. He published The Subject of Childhood in 2009 and he edited Imagining Children Otherwise: Theoretical and Critical Perspectives on Childhood Subjectivity with Richard Johnson in 2010. He is co-editor with Glenys Lobban and Cora Smith of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Contemporary South Africa: Theory, Practice, and Policy Perspectives, to be published by WITSPress [University of Witswatersrand Press] in Johannesburg shortly. He is also editor of Working With Children’s Emotional Lives: Psychodynamic Perspectives on Children and Schools, which will be published shortly. He is currently Co-Chair of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society (APCS). His interests include intergenerational and collective trauma, the social origins of psychosis and schizophrenia, and the emotional lives of children, particularly in indigenous communities.

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2011-10-21
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O’Loughlin, M. (2011). Comentário sobre alcorn & massé: pedagogia problemática. ETD - Educação Temática Digital, 13(1), 252-257. https://doi.org/10.20396/etd.v13i1.1178