Critical Rationalism Analysis

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1. The difference between Post-Empiricism and Critical Rationalism: Critical Rationalism has been discussed to, as the system of falsification. A point is a form of rationalism insofar as it embraces knowledge (or other psychological state and capabilities) about some specific subject matter, drives from the use of reason or more commonly from the rational nature (Kuhn, 1970:231). Rationalism is the view that rational instincts are the most essential way of obtaining knowledge (Dick, 1993:53). whereas a Post-Empiricism is the desertion of firm empirical approaches by recent empiricists. A point is a form of empiricism insofar as it embraces knowledge (or other psychological state and capabilities) about some specific subject matter, drives…show more content…
According to (Higgs and Smith, 2015:32) it is a determinant that encourages shared respect and consideration, it is the spirit of being human. Ubuntu speaks mainly about the fact that people cannot exist as human beings in isolation and also speaks about the interconnectedness amongst the people. It acknowledges the fact that human beings endures and matures only in interactions to other people (Higgs and Smith,…show more content…
Applying Ubuntu as a principle in education: The benefits: An Ubuntu-oriented structure is an appliance and a solution towards revolution. The concepts like fairness, justice, equivalence, non- discrimination, human self-respect and responsibly are mainly enhanced by the structure. The structure also represents the theory of common acceptance and dynamic obligation of the worth of different human beings (DoE, 2001:3). Postulation of the practices of consideration, humanity and respect are the basic elements that makes the schools places where the values of educating and learning prosper (DoE, 2001:14). The possible risks: • According to (Mdluli, 1987:60) Ubuntu create about the prevailing and unchallenged practices of discrimination • Value for admiration is at times neglected to defend dominance based on different age, sex and public situations and this entrench the existing general control differences among males and females, grownups and youngsters, even the fortunate and unfortunate (Marx, 2002:49) • Another risk that Ubuntualism entail, is that the significance structure tends to impose traditionalism, this has serious consequences for schools and learners, (Marx, 2002:49) because when traditional value system is applied, learners have a habit of viewing it as not related to them (Swanson,
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