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Education toward humanity

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This chapter attempts to educate female and male students of the sixth grade in the framework of a project orientated education toward humanity. In this attempt, it starts from the first demand of Theodor W. Adorno on education. The chapter constitutes a coming to terms with the past and the "burden" of being a German. Here, the author's own thoughts and experiences flow into the discourse with the history of inhumanity, because they should be made fruitful for the present. The chapter discusses the stories of refugee children and of children who go on the basis of their different nationalities between the fronts of nationalism. The goal of this education is to educate the children against the coldness of the "social monad" toward the empathy and warmth in the relationships among human beings.

Keywords: education; humanity; refugee children; Theodor W. Adorno



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