L’enseignement subjectif du professeur Lidenbrock : pour soi ou pour les autres ?



The fictional character of professor Lindenbrock introduces an examination of a form of “subjective teaching”, which can be analysed through the theoretical frameworks of Vygotski and Piaget in regards to “egocentric speech”. Utilizing the approaches of thinkers such as Benveniste, Barthes, von Kleist, an effort is made to describe and find the characteristics of such a “subjective teaching”. The teacher involved in such a monologue may aid the progress of his thoughts, while his audience observes a process that is not addressed to them, but which they may, with empathy, try to follow. The examination of such aspects may supplement the ways the relation teacher/learner is viewed.


Monologue, egocentric speech, thought, enunciative dimension, education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26220/rev.135

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