Is the person, in pedagogy, a relationships or has relationships? The article an-swers this question choosing for the first definition. The author argues this choice first of all by referring to the same etymology of the term "pedagogy" which re-fers structurally to the relationship existing between two subjects people who evolve in the world and in history. Secondly, referring to the observation that each personal "self" is always as such in relation, on one side, with other personal "subjects" and, on the other hand, with the the things of the world and the histo-ry. Finally, highlighting how the person is not referenceable if, together with the inter-subjective and inter-objective relationships that distinguish it, does not live, more or less actually or potentially, even those intrasubjective relationships, ie those that arise from the introspective and self-reflective dialogue that exists be-tween personal conscience and self-awareness.
Keywords: Pedagogical epistemology, person, subjectivity, relationship, educa-tion, training.