Lerma Jasso, Héctor
January 2001
Revista Panamericana de Pedagogía: Saberes y Quehaceres del Ped;2001, Issue 2, p185
Academic Journal
Criterion is the intellectual frame that gives sense to the human adventure of exploring and conquering the world. It is the rule to distinguish truth from false. It is the key to decode the truth placed in reality. From this point of view, criterion coincides with the critical thought. The student expects the necessary help for the formation of his ideal-critical-I to whom he wants to remain loyal. A well formed criterion is showed as aspiration, intention, opening and carrying out conscience. Thus, the criterion formation is understood as exercising the individual in the responsible usage of his freedom.


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