Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Pancritical Paradox?

In Retreat to Commitment, Bartley characterises a pancritical rationalist as one who, holds all his positions, including his most fundamental standards, goals, and decisions, and his basic philosophical position itself, open to criticism; one who protects nothing from criticism by … Continue reading

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New book by Joanna Swann

Hot off the press, a new book on Learning, Teaching and Education Research. A brief profile. A previous book.

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The philosophy of science at the Uni of NSW

The University of New South Wales is the second biggest university in the state after the University of Sydney. This is the page in the handbook describing the Philosophies of Science unit in the Philosophy School. There are three modules … Continue reading

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