Education, Anthropology and Psychology in Edith Stein
International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Edith Stein's Philosophy
For Edith Stein it is clear that every pedagogy and every psychology is based on an anthropology. Every educational act has an idea of man and woman which is to be reached. And every approach to the human being from the point of view of psychological science starts from a concept of what the human being is. Hence, it is of vital importance to clarify the human person in order to contribute to his or her formation.
- Associated lines:
- Women's education
- Affective education
- Comprehensive education
- Education and Psychology
- Education and Anthropology
Prof. Dr. Urbano Ferrer
Full Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Murcia, Visiting Professor at the Universities of Dresden (Germany) and Lublin (Poland). In the area of Phenomenology, he has dealt in particular with the thought of Husserl, Edith Stein and Adolf Reinach. He is a member of the Spanish Society of Phenomenology (SEFE), as well as a founding member of the Spanish Association of Personalism (AEP). He was awarded the Alfonso X el Sabio Medal for research recognition by the University of Murcia in 2013.