Who can Indeed Theorize about the University?
By analyzing foundational and historical concept of the University, from Platonic academy to Kantian University, this article tries to show (a) how it, the phenomenon of University, has been constructed throughout the history of human thought (b) which science it exactly belongs to (c) who, and how far, can indeed theorize about it and (d) what our problem, as Iranian academic society, would be about it.
From the beginning of the philosophy, academy was one of the most important issues has always attracted philosophers to think about. At first, Plato, in academy, put forward the way of how different sciences must be confronted to each other and how all components of society must be trained. In thirteenth century, under the influence of Plato’s pupil, Aristotle, universities of Oxford, Bologna and Paris were established. Through a reconsideration of the concept of Platonic academy and Aristotelian school, I will study the constituents of University in modern era, that all have been nurtured by Kantian thoughts. Then I show why the seeds of University, as we know it nowadays, have been planted by Kant. At the end, by analyzing unconscious metaphysics, I will try to open a noble way to theorize about our own University.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Iranian Social Studies, Volume:10 Issue:4, 2017
34 - 53
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