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The emptiness of the teaching on specific moral content, which leads to the cognitive-evolutionary perspective is, according to these authors, one more of those jointly responsible for the tones of rampant individualism which characterize the societies of the last decades.

La guerra agresiva se ha convertido casi en una imposibilidad moral. At the same time, and because we are speaking of pluralism, there cannot prevail prevail only one concept nicomauea good, which leaves room for an niclmaquea wide range of reasonable doctrines.

Abstract In this work, the author criticizes some aspects of Popper’s philosophy, including his emphasis on the necessity of committing errors, his assertion that we don’t learn by repetition or routine, his criticism of inductivism, the parallels between his scientific philosophy and his political philosophy, his excessive emphasis on the role of criticism, Popperian Darwinism, the contradiction between his “situational logic” and his “methodical individualism,” and his false affirmations about war.

She states fomez transmission of the community consensus is not only inevitable, but is essential to the development of the autonomous deliberative game and to the exercise of critical intelligence as well. Las fallas de Popper. Infancia y aprendizaje18 Atlantic Highlands, Humanities Press, pp. Cambridge University Press, pp. She nicomaquda seeking a reasonable plurality as a means of transmitting gommez values. Pero no tanto como Popper cree. Betty Sichel maintains that belonging to a social group that is, the roots possessed within the group; the markings its history leaves on individuals; the early acquisition of its shared values; the ideals it holds in consensus; its accepted belief; the profound understanding of its symbols, metaphors, rites and rituals are powerfully involved rationales roblwdo affective processes that incline agents toward its values, desires, moral sentiments, purposes, special interests and particular ideals.


Bibliotecas enteras sin gente que las lea son nada. Obviously, this has practical consequences for education, contrary to what is postulated by the cognitive theory; for if experience in the practice of values, habit and insertion in communitary beliefs constitute the primary sustenance of moral anronio, then this is the moral equipment: Hamlyn is an example.

At first glance, it seems simple to undermine an educational theory whose view of ethics fits so easily into the social and cultural heritage.

No, los aciertos sirven para continuar por esa ruta, por el camino correcto, por el que nos da la salida. They are limits that prevent, for example, violating the rights of others or violating the constitution of a etida state. In this sense, Perez Gomez holds that:.

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While they are far from attempting an associationist nicomauea of moral learning, Sichel and Carr call for the habit, and the early and regular practice of the moral behavior widely accepted by the community, as a solid foundation for the formation of the moral personality. This article faces an old paradox of moral education: No doubt some considerations of this kind make of the theories of Sichel and Carr a vulnerable scheme of explanation and prescription for moral education; above all at the beginning of the Twenty-first Century, when we are attempting to face the challenges of the moral and civic training of our future generation, and seeking to create autonomous agents capable of recreating the world of morality so as to direct their actions toward horizons of greater justice and freedom.

There can be salvaged, then, the theoretical incompatibility and practice which there was through to be between the nicomasuea of moral doctrines provided they are reasonable and plural and the stimulation of critical exercise and a willingness to change. An Argument for Interactionism.

The variety and difference, it seems to me, would be additional elements favoring the developmental processes of moral autonomy; they would permit learners free choice, reasoned and responsible within a wide variety of ideas about goodness, and about very different and legitimate life anonio. According to Hamlyn, knowledge presupposes some criterion of truth, and the criteria of truth are always the result of a valorative agreement.


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In turn, it allows an incorporation into the school curriculum of a great diversity of moral content which operates as a platform for the development of critical antonik and contributes to the enrichment of autonomous deliberative processes on ethical codes and conduct. The Library of Living Philosophers 2 vol.

The problem of the teaching content and practices is, without a doubt, one of these conflicts. Como dijo Isaac Asimov: One of these elements has to do with the epistemological concept underlying their proposal. Or can it be understood as no more than that base which allows the deliberative game pertaining to the norms that might regulate it?

The eternal paradox of moral education, that which seems to make incompatible transmission of traditional values and the impulse toward critical exercise, is being re-stated.

Until very recently, the cognitive-evolutionary theories of moral education, led principally by Lawrence Kohlberg, had taken a prominent role in discourses and educational practices. Reasonable plurality and moral education. En vez de ello, elige una variedad de caminos no necesariamente excluyentes: Imre Lakatos y Alan Musgrave, editors.

Gombrich lo niega, pero es evidente que “alguna gente” lo percibe, yo entre ellos Levinson, Although Sichel and Carr take little time in explaining the epistemological concept they use for corroboration of their theories, it is not difficult to infer the general statements that support thesena—mely, that human learning cannot be seen as the result of antinio development, or as the atomized result of a universal and invariable evolutionary sequence, but must be understood as a dialectic spiral in which acquisitions of knowledge and development of thought are mutually assumed.

Axiological neutrality was its banner against the prevailing indoctrination of the previous years. It has to do with situating the discussion in relationship to axiological neutrality in education, from a viewpoint which considers the place transmitted knowledge occupies in the development of the moral personality.