04.09.1926 - 02.12.2002
Ivan Illich - Deschooling society
1 Why We Must Disestablish School 1
2 Phenomenology of School 25
3 Ritualization of Progress 34
4 Institutional Spectrum 52
5 Irrational Consistencies 65
6 Learning Webs 72
7 Rebirth of Epimethean Man 105
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Ivan Illich: Silence is a Commons
"Commons" is an old English word == According to my Japanese friends, it is quite close to the meaning that iriai still has in Japanese
"Commons," like iriai, is a word which, in preindustrial times, was used to designate certain aspects of the environment. People called commons those parts of the environment for which customary law exacted specific forms of community respect. People called commons that part of the environment which lay beyond their own thresholds and outside of their own possessions, to which, however, they had recognized claims of usage, not to produce commodities but to provide for the subsistence of their households. The customary law which humanized the environment by establishing the commons was usually unwritten. It was unwritten law not only because people did not care to write it down, but because what it protected was a reality much too complex to fit into paragraphs. The law of the commons regulates the right of way, the right to fish and to hunt, to graze, and to collect wood or medicinal plants in the forest.
in: Ivan Illich: Silence is a Commons - https://web.archive.org/web/20070828025902/http://www.preservenet.com/theory/Illich/Silence.html
“Silence as a Commons,” Illich explained:
People called commons those parts of the environment for which customary law exacted specific forms of community respect. People called commons that part of the environment which lay beyond their own thresholds and outside of their own possessions, to which, however, they had recognized claims of usage, not to produce commodities but to provide for the subsistence of their households.
The customary law which humanized the environment by establishing the commons was usually unwritten. It was unwritten law not only because people did not care to write it down, but because what it protected was a reality much too complex to fit into paragraphs.
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Ivan Illich: Entschulung der Gesellschaft
Hat jemand erst akzeptiert, dass Schule nötig ist, == so fällt er leicht anderen Institutionen anheim. Lassen junge Menschen es erst einmal zu, dass ihre Phantasie durch lehrplanmäßigen Unterricht reguliert wird, so werden sie für institutionelle Planung jeglicher Art konditioniert. 'Instruktion' vernebelt den Horizont der Phantasie."
"Sie können nicht verraten, sondern nur übers Ohr gehauen werden, weil man ihnen beigebracht hat, Hoffnung durch Erwartungen zu ersetzen. Sie können von anderen Leuten nicht mehr, zum Guten oder Bösen, überrascht werden, weil man sie gelehrt hat, was sie von jedem anderen zu erwarten haben, der ebenso unterwiesen worden ist wie sie."
In: Ivan Illich "Entschulung der Gesellschaft" Beck 2003, S. 65
Biography of Illich-Ivan
1926 - Born in Vienna on the 4th of September.
1942-1946 - Illich studied theology and philosophy at the Pontifical Gregorian University in the Vatican.
1950 - He asked to be assigned as an assistant parish priest in New York City.
1956 - He was appointed vice-rector of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico.
1960 - Illich himself resigned as a priest.
1961 - Illich founded the Centro Intercultural de Documentación at Cuernavaca in Mexico, ostensibly a research centre offering language courses to missionaries from North America.
1971 - His most celebrated work remains Deschooling Society, a critical discourse on education as practiced in "modern" economies.
1976 - Apparently concerned by the influx of formal academics and possible side-effects of its own "institutionalization," Illich, with consent from its members, shut the center down.
1980 - Ivan Illich traveled extensively, mainly splitting his time between the United States, Mexico, and Germany.
2002 - Died in Bremen on the 2nd of December.
FAMOUS QUOTES FROM ILLICH, IVAN "At the moment of death I hope to be surprised."
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Illich, Ivan D.: Libérer l'avenir :
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Illich, Ivan: After Deschooling, What?
Illich, Ivan: Deschooling society Illich, Ivan: Die Nemesis der Medizin. : Die Kritik der Medikalisierung des Lebens
Illich, Ivan: Entschulung der Gesellschaft : eine Streitschrift
Illich, Ivan: Genus : zu einer historischen kritik der Gleichheit
Illich, Ivan: Schulen helfen nicht : über das mythenbildende Ritual der Industriegesellschaft
Illich, Ivan: Selbstbegrenzung : eine politische Kritik der Technik ...
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Die Alternative zur Schule
Autor: Illich, Ivan Verlag: Beltz Veröffentlicht: 1974-01-01 Quelle: Illich, Ivan | "Die Alternative zur Schule" | Unterrichtswissenschaft : Zeitschr. für Lernforschung | 1974 | BAND: 2 | Seite: 1 www.digizeitschriften.de/oai2/?439501
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Deschooling Society Conference
Hayward Gallery & Serpentine Gallery http://bit.ly/aAkXC5
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selbstbestimmung-statt-expertenherrschaft - ueber ivan illich
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