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Revista Lasallista de Investigación

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BETANCOURT CADAVID, Jorge Hernán. Anthropological, historical and pedagogical alternatives to conserve the subject in the digital universe. Rev. Lasallista Investig. [online]. 2015, vol.12, n.2, pp.176-185. ISSN 1794-4449.

In the contemporary world, especially within the digital universe, conceptualizing the subject constituted in this reality is a mandatory exercise. A reflection on the matter, being especially careful of universalizing intentions is necessary. This research work aims to a view that breaks the separation between what is real as an external aspect and subjectivity, in order to re-define the idea of objectivity related to formation. Therefore, from the method provided by hermeneutics as a way for interpretation, the article tries to approach subjectivity without any operative positions taken from the positivist reductions and also without the bold locution of macro historical processes defined by the digital world. This is a reflection funded on the contents that appear in the historical and transience conditions of the subjects, remarking the emergence non-hegemonic social relationships.

Keywords : subject; subjectivity; philosophical anthropology; historical-pedagogical anthropology.

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