Note sull'apprendimento nella teoria di Leopardi

Michele Zedda
Leopardi examines very carefully the life of the mind and, particularly, the learning of new contents. The crucial point is the concept of assuefare (to get accustomed), a process conceived as a slow acquisition of new mental habits and shapes. This procedure results in extraordinary outcomes in every realms of life. Leopardi's reflection represents an important contribution to didactics and pedagogy, while emphasizing personal will and practice.
doi:10.13128/studi_formaz-17334 fatcat:7mhzjnxnxzaltmqng4ohrxj5fi