Category Archives: Inquiry

Thinking in education

Thinking in education In “Thinking in Education”, Matthew Lipman views the concept of “schooling without thinking” as completely contrary to everything education should be. It destroys creativity and the natural impulse to learn by constricting the young child. To illustrate … Continue reading

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From Complexity to Emergence and beyond – Towards empirical non-foundationalism as a guide to inquiry

Viewer Emergence can be seen part of a continuing history of progressively increasing sophistication at inquiry, scientific and otherwise. Here I use my own career path as a way of showing how the emergence framework grew from and extended the … Continue reading

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From Complexity to Emergence and Beyond: Towards Empirical Non-Foundationalism as a Guide for Inquiry

Read with the Issuu viewer Emergence can be seen part of a continuing history of progressively increasing sophistication at inquiry, scientific and otherwise. Here I use my own career path as a way of showing how the emergence framework grew … Continue reading

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