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This essay describes the growing interest in and use of concepts such as phronesis and authenticity in educational research and practice. While phronesis seems to be connected to the ethical dimension of education and educational guidance, the concept of authenticity seems to be connected to the existential dimension. This essay shows the relatedness between those two concepts and the relevance of an "existence philosophical" perspective on phronesis and authenticity. The author points to thedoi:10.7202/1072486ar fatcat:4rglsij6mvcl7etc7sceqw7h5u