Marxist Philosophy of education in class struggle
The Marxist concept of World education
The aim of this book is to investigate the concept of the world education that assumes within the scope of the Marxist conception of the world.
This conceptive approach on education is indicated at two separate, but dialectically interlinked times: (a) when criticism is made regarding the alienation produced by the educational process within the context of a society founded on the primacy of private ownership of the means of production, for which the principal result is the mutilation of humankind; and, at the same time, (b) when the possibility of human unilateralism is proposed within the scope of revolutionary society based on the economic, social, political and cultural presuppositions advocated by socialism.
Furthermore, the humanistic dimension starts from the premise that one of the corollaries of education is the process of production and reproduction of knowledge inherent to the mediation needed for praxis, which results in humanization of humans.
Consequently, the classic knowledge historically accumulated by humanity is taken to be the essential and predominant medium for educational action.
Kemal Yildirim is an author of Middle Eastern studies.
He has published more than 100 articles in peer journals and around 75 books.
He has also about 20 feature films as well as Documentaries.
He works on Ancient and modern world cultures and social theories.