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|Abstract||Seeking to reinstate the importance of knowledge, truth and curriculum in contemporary intellectual debate, this book fills a major gap in the literature and greatly advances an exciting area of research.|
|Keywords||Education Philosophy Postmodernism and education Knowledge, Theory of Inquiry (Theory of knowledge Truth Curriculum planning|
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|Call number||LB14.7.E395 1998|
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