Más allá del enfoque contemporáneo de la educación superior: desde la perspectiva de Vivekananda

Soumita Mitra, Gyan Prakash


Este artículo busca proporcionar una comprensión más profunda de la contribución de Swami Vivekananda en el área de la educación superior. Swami Vivekananda, que fue un filósofo indio, propagó el concepto de “creación del hombre” inculcando los ideales del “espiritualismo” y el “aprendizaje natural”. Tales ideales se han convertido gradualmente en uno de los prerrequisitos esenciales que el sistema educativo debería inculcar. Precisó la importancia de un agente de apoyo en forma de guía. Este último debería dirigir y también facilitar un espacio que permita el crecimiento natural del niño. Estos dos aspectos esenciales contribuirían al desarrollo del niño. Sin embargo, resulta necesario mantener un equilibrio entre ambos para que el proceso de aprendizaje sea exitoso. Asimismo, este trabajo busca abordar cómo los ideales de Vivekananda contribuirían significativamente a solucionar algunos de los
problemas que afectan a las pedagogías contemporáneas.


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Soumita Mitra
soumita.18dr0135@hss.iitism.ac.in ( Contacto principal )
Gyan Prakash
Mitra, S., & Prakash, G. (2023). Más allá del enfoque contemporáneo de la educación superior: desde la perspectiva de Vivekananda. Logos: Revista De Lingüística, Filosofía Y Literatura, 33(2). https://doi.org/10.15443/RL3317

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