Dr Aneta Jakubiak-Mirończuk
Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw
English abstract: The university, as an intellectual community and space of research, education and development, shapes the academic culture. The aim of education is to provide law graduates with knowledge – undoubtedly crucial for practicing the profession, but also with competences and skills enabling them to participate in the legal culture. Deliberation is a process in which, through conscious, responsible and cognitively-oriented action, a rational, but also reflective change is possible, taking into account both the preferences of entities and, at the same time, the dynamics of the changing world around them. An organization of the university based on the philosophy of deliberation is in line with the academic tradition based on cognitive autonomy, understood as the right of researchers and students to freedom of learning and teaching.
Keywords: deliberative philosophy, legal education, legal culture
Published: Number 4(29)/2021, pp.30-44
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