The pedagogical transfer and the work for autonomy. The case of the Castoriadis Chair

Author: Redondo Rafael Miranda

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The formation of the autonomous subject by the political community presupposes a break at the moment of transition between the educational field itself and the field of politics. The aforesaid break constitutes the moment when pedagogical transfer is rendered explicit. In the article below, we will, using Castoriadis’s conception of “the three impossible professions” – education-training, psychoanalysis and politics – broach the role pedagogical transference plays in the work of achieving autonomy. We will call upon here the experience of ten years of educational practice, in/and from the southeast of Mexico, via the device of pedagogical intervention called the Cornelius Castoriadis Inter-institutional Chair.

Keywords: formation, autonomous subject, sublimation, explicit transfer, political culture

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