Wanted: New Paradigms and a Normative Base for Research
by Harold B. Dunkel - 1972
Philosophers, insofar as they have concentrated on science in this restricted sense, have offered fewer suggestions and analyses in other areas. Workers in educational research, on their side, have been rather uninterested in the "nonscientific" parts of philosophy, and in their own work they have tended not to undertake the sort of inquiry which would arouse the interest of "nonscientific" philosophers. The purpose of the present chapter is to indicate a few gaps between the groups that need bridging or at least to suggest places where a tree or plank already spanning the chasm might well be replaced by some more spacious and reliable structures.
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