The introduction of the philosophy in the resume of average education has as main objective to prepare educating in the direction to qualify it, as much in the theory how much in the practical one, to intervine in the society where it lives assuming its responsibilities and exercising its citizenship. In what it says respect to education and the learning the philosophy in nothing differs from the other pertaining to school substances. Most important and necessary it is that the reflective method of the philosophical thought is transmitted to the pupil. We must, to the few, to approach them of the texts classics, therefore, of this form, them will have a bigger contact with the thought of the philosophers, what it is essential to understand the philosophical boarding significantly, in way that, In this trajectory, we know not only what the philosophers had thought and why they had thought definitive thing and not another one, but, also, as they had thought. In this way, we understand what it is philosophy and we learn to filosofar to the few, the measure that we enter in contact with the different existing philosophical perspectives, covering the texts of the philosophers, following its reasoning with severity and disciplines, that is, filosofando. Thus, methodologies and contents do not impendem that the philosophy education if accomplishes in the schools of average education, for such, is enough that the necessary minimum contents to the philosophical boarding and the construction of thinking are preserved critic. Finally, the philosophy is accomplished as it disciplines necessary to ' ' to learn to think ' by itself; ' (UNESCO, 1995), and it must be assured to all individuals, as estimated to the construction of free and democratic espritos.
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCE? ALVES, Atomic mass unit Jose. The philosophy in average education: ambiguidades and contradictions in the LDB. Campinas, So Paulo: Authors Associates, 2002. Montauk Colony helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. P. 122. Declaration of Paris for the Philosophy. Paris: UNESCO, 1995.