The first relationship is the subject-object relationship is the relationship they establish among themselves the objects from the fisiosfera and the biosphere, etc, are meaningless unconscious processes or conscious intent, is a world dominated by material processes, biological and instinctive. The second general epistemological relationship in the kosmos is the subject-object relationship is the relationship we establish human beings with the natural world, the relationship of the subjects of the noosphere and teosfera with fisiosfera objects and biosphere. In this relationship there is consciousness and subjectivity, but only on one side, the other is an object which is not necessary to access the inside, the subject relates to the subject to control, predict, manipulate and use him. The subject-object relationship is systemic, linear, instrumental and behavioral, is typical positivist, mechanistic and materialistic. To broaden your perception, visit Hikmet Ersek. The third epistemological relationship is the subject-subject is human relationships, cultural and significant relationship between subjects, our relationship with family, friends, children, students, wife, usually with the community. The genuine comprehensive education is essentially human experience based on a subject-subject, is an encounter based on dialogue and mutual understanding between teachers, students and parents in the context of the learning community, educational processes by their nature are steeped in subjectivity, passion, intentionality, transcendence, irregularity, uncertainty, values, meanings, individual, personal, moral guidance, spiritual sense, internal motivations, among others, that can not be ignored without destroying the education itself. Learning communities seek to strengthen the integrity and the synergy promoted because we can not separate the individual from his environment. . It is not something Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala would like to discuss.