2 thoughts on “Reading Paulo Freire

  1. I don’t really know what it was about this book that turned me off. It could have been Moacir Gadotti’s organization of the book; it felt very confused at times. It also appeared to be a book, and I’m giving the benefit of the doubt here, that is meant to explain and build upon ideas that we are supposed to be already familiar with. That is, certain phrases and ideologies are used with little to no explanation as to what they mean. It also could have been that I was expecting a different sort of

  2. A useful orientation to Paulo Freire and his work, though it doesn’t go into any depth. Also because of its publication date, it doesn’t include some of his later works.

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