El Performance de los Docentes en la Idea de Justicia: Elementos para una Crítica de la Doctrina Moral en su Trabajo
The Performance of Teachers in the Idea of Justice: Elements for a Criticism of Moral Doctrine in their Work
The present article retrieves the idea of justice of Alain Badiou, with the aim of contributing to enunciate some terms that will identify and combat the doctrinal morality underlying the work performance of basic education teachers. Concepts from Labour Sociology, Lacanian psychoanalysis and Post-foundational philosophy are worked, in order to reflect the light in reference to the overemphasis in discipline and bureaucracy in basic education. They also served to sustain the argument that applied the idea of Alain Badiou’s justice on the field of formal school education which requires: a) to fight against the prejudice that programs and regulations drawn up by experts, automatically result in an improvement, b) to defend the idea of justice as a faithful and disciplined action around the equality and dignity of bodies with ideas. The work of teachers is proposed as the first instance from which they should start their training in the idea of justice for equality between bodies with ideas. As a central contribution, the term of quasipolitical is understood as the act of state, in the inability of crossing the disappearing division of labour between experts and simple executors.
Justice, Basic education, Ethics, Moral doctrine, Quasipolitical.
Olivo Pérez, M. A. (2016). El performance de los docentes en la idea de justicia: Elementos para una crítica de la doctrina moral en su trabajo. [The performance of teachers in the idea of justice: Elements for a criticism of moral doctrine in their work]. International Journal of Education for Social Justice (RIEJS), 5(2),