Furthermore it focuses on the hegemonic role of the so called modernist, Western epistemology
that spread on the wake of colonialism and the capitalist economic system and its exclusion and othering of non -hegemonic epistemologies.
Throughout Mirrors, therefore, readers must replace the term epistemology
with terms like knowledge, beliefs, values, worldview, outlook, or ontology in order to make Inoue's message more understandable.
Asking students to study how their own positionality biases their epistemology
furthers the program of a liberatory pedagogy.
The evolution of the science of psychology left epistemology
relatively poor in intellectual substance.
Mulla Sadra's Epistemology
and the Philosophy of Physics" in Safavi, S.
Condorcet, as might be expected, is the transitional figure marking the overlap between epistemology
and revolutionary practice.
The objective of fostering the constructivist epistemology
among students is (now that it is reconstructed) aimed towards empowering participants to take greater control of their learning.
Without raising the philosophical issues regarding the nature of epistemology
and metaphysics, their differences and plausible connections, suffice it to say that epistemological issues do have metaphysical implications and vice versa.
Hathaway begins by delineating the internalist, rationalist justification of knowledge (Descartes) and the externalist, sensory epistemology
or 'naturalistic epistemology
' (Locke and Reid).
The ethics of choice has flourished in a period that makes interpretation more important than truth in developing an epistemology
Connected to the demise of philosophical realism characteristic of the postmodern situation has been the undermining of the older foundationalist model of epistemology
Though he devotes the second part of his book to fairly routine TV-bashing, Postman's real theme is the supplanting of an epistemology
based on the printed word by one grounded in electronic media.