From Comenius to Wresinski: The Great Pursuit of Joy – Jean Bédard

Culture and Extreme Poverty

Round Table: Intra-Family Transmission and Culture

Jean Bédard analyzes, on the basis of examples from his own life, the pedagogy of joy. Without joy, who would want to live? Maybe those who possess much don’t have the need for much joy to get by, but for those who have been stripped of everything, joy is a necessity. From Comenius to Joseph Wresinski, Bédard affirms that each human has, as their primary need, to be a source of joy.


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