DOI: 10.1590/2175-6236117203vs02
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Abstract: The text consists of reflecting on the relationship between philosophy of education and teacher education, inspired by the metaphor of Gradiva’s step, taken from Wilhelm Jensen’s novel Gradiva, a Pompeian fantasy. The focus of the discussion is established from the appropriation made by Freud about this novel, in confrontation with the interpretation of Jacques Derrida. The need to take a step that redimensions its performance in this context is realized, imprisoned, at times, in the files of undergraduate cou… Show more

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