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The Professional Ethos of Teachers

Is Only a Procedural Discourse Approach a Suitable Model?

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Edited by Fritz Oser and Horst Biedermann

suggested dismissing him because he seemed to be unable to reach his eighteen-year-old students and not to know how to stimulate their thinking processes and how to motivate them. Moreover, the teacher was sitting instead of standing. After posing a question, he did not wait for an answer but immediately

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Edited by Wolff-Michael Roth

-1677) have emphasized that we cannot get from biology to the whole, living person – in flesh and blood, so to speak – that appears in behavior as a thinking body . In the same manner, we cannot get to the whole person and its behavior when take thought as our starting point. Moreover, there is no possible

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invisible and only manifests itself in and by means of self-affections that are similar to symptoms – here symptoms of a living body the life of which is invisible, as if hidden in a black box. Rather than the two bodies that Merleau-Ponty is writing about – the touching and the touched – there are three

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SÁNEĆ, a fundamental belief is related to dwelling. Their word is ÍY,NEUEL (/aiya ne.u.el/]), which translates into English as ‘living in harmony with others, with one another, or being good to others’. The S X OLE fishery was not just a technique but was especially a way of life suited to the W SÁNEĆ