This text refers to a teaching and learning experience developed at the Faculty of Psychology of the UNC. An approach to the thinking of Ignacio Martín-Baró is presented, focusing on his psychology, the University, the People and the Psychology of liberation. Ignacio Martín-Baró’s texts are especially conducive to favor the theoretical positioning of students. Positioned from a social approach and based on the Theology of Liberation, the author highlights the different relations of domination existing in our society, which develops and is nourished by an ideological and economic system of capitalist cut, in which the concepts of "community", "revolution", "critical reflection", among others, are lost under other predominant concepts in such a system, such as "domination", "individualism", etc.
Key words: Martín-Baró | Psychology of Liberation | community | revolution | critical reflection | domination | individualism