He taught so many lessons on Jean Paul Sartre’s liberation by taking responsibility, Immanuel Kant’s moral duty, and the existentialists’ ontological appreciation of man…
A little girl is crying loudly. “How can I tear up what was entrusted to me, the state gives it to me; I won’t buy it, it won’t be torn, it will stand, I must keep it like the state did. How can I tear it apart?” In the past, there was a video event that was uploaded to social media. In the video, a little girl whose book she had been given by the school was torn up cried, “How can I do this confided by the state Tear up the book…”
The world has rejected ethics and lost the ontological value of man
I watched the video with shame. At a time when the world had relegated ethics to such a secondary level and human beings were losing their ontological value, this little girl taught so many lessons about Jean Paul Sartre’s liberation through acceptance of responsibility, Immanuel Kant’s compulsory morality, and the ontology of the existentialists I was very impressed by this video as someone who ate the bread he didn’t eat at home in his schools and wore the clothes he didn’t wear. The idea that such beautiful people would save the country and humanity and keep it alive overwhelmed me.
The philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau speaks of the disruption of society by the child
Many theses can be developed for and against the topic. It is no blessing for such a nationalistic youth to save this country, for the state to give books to students, it is a state fear at such a young age… The philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau speaks about the decline of the child in society . In fact, this little girl with a big heart speaks in the most natural way, society will decide what she will become in the future. Racism, state fetishism and a sense of responsibility are finely differentiated here. Otherwise it is of course not a favor of the state, the state must enable everyone to receive the same education free of charge. And the child’s behavior gains importance when interpreted in opposition to the philosophy of the state ownership of the sea and the pig that does not eat. At this point it makes sense to examine Adam Smith’s concept of the educational state in connection with the relationship between state and education.
Adam Smith believes that with the achievements that government will make in the field of education, people will become more aware of order and of social concern. In other words, Smith says the method for individuals to gain some awareness of public interests is through education. For this reason, scientific and philosophical education should be expanded. The educational state in Smith’s ideal should be able to teach the children of poor families to read and write through schools established in every community. According to him, improving the educational status of workers is necessary to maintain social and political power. This girl’s cry is closely related to Adam Smith’s statement: “People feel inherently close and loving to the society or state in which they live, receiving education and protection.”
Investing in people is the fundamental engine of educational development
Adam Smith, a believer in an educational state, believes that investing in people is the fundamental engine for the development of education. Education is so important; If the book entrusted to him by the state is torn up, it should be able to rouse people with enough value judgment to say, how can I tear up something that isn’t mine. If we think that the state is a necessary organism for all of us, the individuals who come from a culture that says let the people live so the state can live and protect the state by putting the people first Putting it first and giving priority to the state, the guarantee that the state can provide equal, accessible and free education to all. Turkey for all of us, education for all of us…