The Philosophy of Education of Edith Stein and Augustine

Palabras clave: Augustine, Edith Stein, education, philosophy, values

Resumen

This study demonstrates the comparative understanding of Edith Stein and Augustine on truth and love, faith and reason, and individual and community. Augustine tells us that we are pilgrims on this earth who are always in a constant search and discovery. In like manner, Edith Stein acknowledges that truth and love have an intrinsic relationship because truth must be accepted along with love and love with truth. Faith and reason also have an intrinsic relationship. When faith and reason become one, the truth becomes clearer and attainable. Edith Stein demonstrates the relationship and harmony of faith and reason. In the same way, Augustine believes that reason, which is incorporated in the nature of man, and faith, which is illuminated by the Divine, can control the evil that corrupts the soul of man. This article therefore attempts to contrast both ways of thinking and to study the possible similarities between them.

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Publicado
2023-12-13
Cómo citar
de Castro, P. P. (2023). The Philosophy of Education of Edith Stein and Augustine. CUADERNOS DE PENSAMIENTO, (36), 391-409. https://doi.org/10.51743/cpe.424