<個人論文>アメリカ教育行政学におけるエバーズ・ラコムスキの整合主義的認識論 [in Japanese] <Individual Paper>Coherentists' approach to educational administration in America [in Japanese]
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Much of the devate over educational administrative theory has been made by philosophical considerations. From the rise of Theory Movement in early 1950's, logical empiricism dominated the scene in educational administration for long. But many critics argue that logical empiricists theory of knowledge is too narrow to be usefully applied to any systematic account of educational administration. C. Evers and G. Lakomski think educational administration is best served by a post-positivist theory of science that is broad enough to incorporate considerations of ethics and human subejectivity. Such a theory should be justified by a coherentist epistemology which they see as a major alternative to the foundational epistemological assumptions shared by positivism.
- Bulletin of Educational Course, Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo
Bulletin of Educational Course, Graduate School of Education, the University of Tokyo (18), 73-78, 1999-03-27
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