I have it from a secondary source, perhaps someone else has the primary. My secondary source lists it as:
1971, "By learning they can teach" in Studies in Adult Education, 2, Dar es Salaam, University of Dar es Salaam, and reprinted in Convergence: An international journal of adult education, 1973, 6/1, p 78-82
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Can you give the full reference for your quote, please.
>Paulo Freire said this:
>The traditional Cartesian statement "I think therefore I am" must be
>changed. Descartes must be overtaken. We have to say today "We think
>therefore we are". Because I can not think if you do not think.
>Secondly, if I can not think with you, we can not know.
>I do not doubt that there are neurological consequences, I just
>don't equate those with thinking......djc
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