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  1. Finitude, Fallibilism and Education Towards Non-Dogmatism: Gadamer’s Hermeneutics in Science Education.Anniina Leiviskä - 2013 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 45 (5):516-530.
    The philosophy of science has witnessed continuous controversy since the mid-twentieth century regarding the justification of science?s privileged position, and which has also reverberated in the philosophy of science education. This contribution brings to the discussion the viewpoint of Hans-Georg Gadamer?s philosophical hermeneutics. I suggest that by relating to the idea of the fallibility of knowledge, Gadamerian philosophy provides a compromise between the extreme positions in the aforementioned debate. Gadamerian hermeneutics also has implications for science education: from the Gadamerian perspective, (...)
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