Education, Science, and Truth
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||Truth, universalism, and relativism -- Objectivism and alienation -- Relativism and nihilism -- Inclusive notions of science and objectivity -- Cognitive pluralism -- Plurality of perspectives and unity of style -- The question of the ground of understanding -- Education and educators -- Relations between educators and learners -- The educational order of truth -- Education and the problem of authority -- The nature of educational renewal -- Conclusions.|
|Keywords||Education Philosophy Truth|
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|Call number||LB14.7.N59 2009|
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