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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.48.2021.tde-31082021-151615
Document
Author
Full name
Marina Teixeira Wisnik
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2021
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Rogério de (President)
Miranda, Ana Paula Araujo Dini de
Rubira, Fabiana de Pontes
Title in Portuguese
O corpo, espelho da palavra: corporeidade em processos de escrita poética
Keywords in Portuguese
Corporeidade
Criação literária
Educação de sensibilidade
Pensamento complexo
Poesia
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho propõe um percurso reflexivo e poético sobre educação e sobre práticas de criação literária que integram palavra e corpo, compreendendo-as como elementos indissociáveis. Refletindo sobre os sentidos que emanam de algumas frases poéticas, defendendo uma educação de sensibilidade (Almeida e Ferreira-Santos), amparando-se no pensamento de autores como Edgar Morin, Durand, Merleau-Ponty, Nietzsche, Jorge Larrosa e Octavio Paz, construímos um trajeto que combina reflexão e descrição prática. Esse trajeto desenvolve-se em torno de temas aplicados ao âmbito educacional como: processo criativo, escuta, necessidade de equilíbrio entre experiência e reflexão e a compreensão de realidades paradoxais, poéticas. Buscando estabelecer ligações entre elementos aparentemente díspares, criando relações dialógicas de acordo com a complexidade de Edgar Morin, pretendemos, por meio desse percurso, refletir sobre a importância do elemento vivencial no processo educativo, para que haja um equilíbrio deste em relação ao elemento reflexivo, de maneira que ocorra aprendizagem com resultado e, também, atribuição de sentido.
Title in English
Body, the mirror of the word: corporeality in poetic writing processes
Keywords in English
Complex thought
Corporeality
Education of sensitivity
Literary creation
Poetry
Abstract in English
The present work proposes a reflective and poetic path about literary creation practices that integrate word and body, understanding them as inseparable elements. Through the reflexion on the meanings that emanate from some poetic phrases, and the defence of an education of sensitivity (Almeida and Ferreira-Santos) based on the thoughts of authors such as Edgar Morin, Durand, Merleau-Ponty, Nietzsche, Jorge Larrosa or Octavio Paz, we built a path that combines reflection and practical description. This develops around themes applied to the educational scope, such as: the creative process, the act of listening, the need for a balance between experience and reflection, and the understanding of paradoxical, dialogical realities. By seeking to establish connections between apparently disparate elements, and creating dialogical relations according to the complexity of Edgar Morin, we intend through this poetic and practical path to reflect on the importance of rescuing the experiential element in the educational process, in order to permit a balance of this in relation to the reflective element in such a way that the process of learning is provided with results and, also, attribution of meaning.
 
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Publishing Date
2021-09-02
 
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