(More than a Machine) is a “structuralist” dissertation on teachers and civil servants
where the Enlightenment, masses and routine are discussed and criticized. The essay is written in an entertaining tone with personal, ironic and colloquial comments on teachers, machines and civil servants criticizing the masses and routines in reference to Kant, the Enlightenment’s protagonists and pedagogues like Neill or Rosa Sensat.

  • Book Details

  • Number Of Pages:   199
  • Foreign Rights:
    SPAIN- Siglo XXI, 2010
    CATALAN- Empúries, 2011
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  • Editorial:   Siglo XXI

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