Sophia Magazine is pleased to present the publication of the 27th issue of its collection. This issue has as the backbone of its reflection the Ontology of Language in Education, a complex, polysemic and attractive topic at the same time; an issue that allows us to rethink the very being of ontology, language and education as substantial elements that refer to the understanding of a single reality: the human being understood as a subject in his being and being in the world. The very being of language in education is closely linked to the being and existence of the human being to the extent that reality is a dynamic totality that integrates a set of mental constructions and real actions; a set of diverse interactions arising from the relationship between subjects and between subject-object. In this sense, ontology is presented as a mechanism for the interpretation of the sense and meaning of the human being in relation to the other, to the social, educational and cultural context and to the other beings in the environment, all this mediated by language as an essential element for communication.
|Translated title of the contribution||Editorial Sophia 27: Ontology of Language in Education|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Sophía: Colección de Filosofía de la Educación|
|State||Published - 12 Jul 2019|
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- 322A Philosophy