Multicultural Foundations for Philosophy of Education : A Propaedeutic

@inproceedings{Li2009MulticulturalFF,
  title={Multicultural Foundations for Philosophy of Education : A Propaedeutic},
  author={Huey-li Li},
  year={2009}
}
Philosophical inquiry is an integral part of a reflective educational enterprise. There has been a widespread belief that philosophy, in terms of methodology and subject matter, is a universal discipline which is not circumscribed by any cultural scheme. Nevertheless, formal philosophical inquiry tends to stress an analytical mode of reasoning and logical argumentation, which are rooted in modern Western culture. To a large extent, this analytic philosophical tradition has shaped the… CONTINUE READING

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