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For a teacher used to their traditional role as a lecturer, only occasionally engaged in a dialogue with a small number of students or in asking them "thought-provoking" questions, critical thinking has become an “appendage” to be attached to a lesson plan, a project or the newly proclaimed butterfly-competencies for democratic culture. However, when we […]Find out more »
In the 20th century the novel became strongly polarized between the so-called “realist” and “modernist” traditions. Later the theoretical and political tendencies dominating the second half of the century hierarchized those traditions and claiming the inferiority of the realist novel to modernist prose became a commonplace. Simplifying this to an extreme, nowadays it seems axiomatic […]Find out more »