The paths and the ways: an insight into transdisciplinarity

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https://doi.org/10.14393/REVEDFIL.v33n69a2019-56406

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Heidegger, Confucianism, Taoism, Transdisciplinarity, Harmony

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The paths and the ways: an insight into transdisciplinarity

Abstract: This is a short study of how the notion of thinking that Heidegger developed in his writing, in the Conversation on a Country Path about Thinking (2010a), can be read through a consideration of a Chinese Taoist text Tao Te Ching  (Laozi) and the Confucian, though a Taoist inspired text, by Zisi, the Zhongyong, to illuminate the essential nature of openness in transdisciplinarity and the restrictions of disciplinarity of knowing taken as the  ritual and rules of methodology. This approach offers a way to understand unconcealment in the onto-cosmology of the harmony of all Being and of personal cultivation which is essential to the ontology of Heidegger. I then suggest how this might be offered in what could be called a transdisciplinary pedagogy.

Key words: Heidegger. Confucianism. Taoism. Transdisciplinarity. Harmony.

Os caminhos e os meios: uma visão da transdisciplinaridade

Resumo: Este é um breve estudo sobre como a noção de pensamento que Heidegger desenvolveu em seus escritos, em Conversation on a Country Path about Thinking [Uma Conversa no Caminho do Campo sobre o Pensar] (2010a), pode ser lida através da consideração de um texto taoísta chinês Tao Te Ching (Laozi) e de um texto confucionista, embora inspirado por taoístas, de Zisi, o Zhongyong [A Doutrina do Meio], para iluminar a natureza essencial da abertura na transdisciplinaridade e as restrições da disciplinaridade do conhecimento a serem tomadas como ritual e regras da metodologia. Essa abordagem oferece uma maneira de entender a desocultação na ontocosmologia da harmonia de todo o Ser e do cultivo pessoal, essencial à ontologia de Heidegger. Sugiro então como isso pode ser oferecido no que poderia ser chamado de pedagogia transdisciplinar.

Palavras-chave: Heidegger. Confucionismo. Taoísmo. Transdisciplinaridade. Harmonia.

Los caminos y los medios: una visión de la transdisciplinariedad

Resumen: Este es un breve estudio de cómo la noción de pensamiento que desarrolló Heidegger en sus escritos, Conversación sobre un camino rural sobre el pensamiento (2010a), puede leerse mediante la consideración de un texto chino taoísta Tao Te Ching (Laozi) y un texto confuciano, aunque inspirado por los taoístas de Zisi, el Zhongyong [La Doctrina del Medio], para iluminar la naturaleza esencial de la apertura en la transdisciplinariedad y las limitaciones de la disciplina del conocimiento a tomado como ritual y reglas de metodología. Este enfoque ofrece una forma de entender la falta de cultivación de la ontocosmología de la armonía de todo Ser y el cultivo personal, esencial para la ontología de Heidegger. Luego sugiero cómo se podría ofrecer esto en lo que podría llamarse pedagogía transdisciplinaria.

Palabras clave: Heidegger. Confuciano. Taoísmo. Transdisciplinariedad. Armonía.

Data de registro: 30/07/2020

Data de aceite: 21/10/2020

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Biografia do Autor

Paul Gibbs, University London

Doutor em Educação pela Middlesex Univertity London. Professor do Departamento de Educação da Middlesex University London. E-mail: P.Gibbs@mdx.ac.uk. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9773-3977

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2020-12-31

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Gibbs, P. (2020). The paths and the ways: an insight into transdisciplinarity. EDUCAÇÃO E FILOSOFIA, 33(69), 1295–1322. https://doi.org/10.14393/REVEDFIL.v33n69a2019-56406

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Dossiê Perspectivas da Filosofia Intercultural