This case is based on an argument generated from a Gadamerian view of the importance of ethics as the basis for creative learning in the process of education. It postulates that learning is itself a self-understanding and unfolding process that involves the consideration of other points of view. Using jazz as a metaphor, Gadamer’s three moments of the hermeneutic process are discussed in detail to show the kind of conditions under which creative learning could be nurtured. Copyright © 2013 Common Ground Publishing.
|Title of host publication||Leadership and organizational change|
|Editors||Jonathan H. WESTOVER|
|Place of Publication||Champaign, Illinois|
|Publisher||Common Ground Publishing|
|ISBN (Print)||9781612293608, 1612293603|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
CitationTang, W.-y. (2013). Ethical leadership: The foundation of creative learning. In J. H. Westover (Ed.), Leadership and organizational change (pp. 247-260). Champaign, Illinois: Common Ground Publishing.
- Jazz improvisation
- Organizational learning