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Learning and Hatred for Meaning

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Abstract

This study poses the problems of theoretical and philosophical pedagogy in the practice of teaching. The research goal was to <i>improve my teaching</i>. A concrete experience of undergraduate lecturing is the subject. This unconventional New Paradigm research strives for an immediacy of contact between text and practice. How does a beginning lecturer grapple with this job? What is it like to establish oneself as a teacher? The emphasis is upon the <i>experience</i> of teaching, of the school, and what is expected of one as instructor.

Subjects: Semiotics; Language teaching

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