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DIAS, Rosimeri de Oliveira. Teachers' inventive formation between the ethics, aesthetics, and politics of academic writings. child.philo [online]. 2019, vol.15, e44236.  Epub Dec 17, 2019. ISSN 1984-5987.

The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the subjects of teachers' inventive formation intersected by the aesthetics activities of self-writing. Therefore, we resonate with the question made by Maurice Blanchot to face the language of education research tied to its demand for discontinuity, in a way that the written word is diverse and implicated by its movement of aesthetic experience: "How to write in a way that the continuity of writing movement can allow intervening fundamentally the interruption as meaning and rupture as form?" Two axes of analyses and intervention are used: the notion of self-writing from Michel Foucault and the idea of text outside the text from René Lourau. There are circles with the intent to guide the reader through the research on teachers' inventive formation and journal fragments. The circles are separated, but they meet and resonate between them with the axes of the self-writing, of the text outside of the text, they are: self-writing and researching with; research journal and written restitution; becoming text and the tessituras of researching and of writing in education. There are inventive resonances in wich each fragment of the journal, its more than a fragment, its the expression of an action that forms itself on effective practices open to intensities and differences. However, the work of the journal is reversed to bring it away from the norm to be able to treat it closer to the otherness, to processes of ethics, aesthetics and political subjectivation in teachers' inventive formation.

Keywords : teachers' inventive formation; cartography; aesthetics; production of subjectivity; academic writing.

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