ARGUMENT, SAZNANJE I ETIKA: RAZUMEVANJE KLJUČNIH POJMOVA U FILOZOFIJI EMPIRIJSKOM STUDIJOM O STUDENTIMA GRČKIH UNIVERZITETA

  • SPYRIDON STELIOS Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka
  • KOSTAS THEOLOGOU Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka
  • SIMONI ILIADI Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka
  • ELENI MANOLAKAKI Nacionalni i kapodistrijski univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za istoriju i filozofiju nauke, Grčka
Ključne reči: prednastavne koncepcije, učenje filozofije, nastava filozofije, intuicija

Apstrakt

Empirijska studija sprovedena je tako što se merio stepen do kojeg je shvatanje ključnih filozofskih pojmova (kakvi jesu „argument“,„saznanje“ i „etika“) oblikovano građom koja se predaje u učionici. Mera u kojoj se prešlo s prednastavnih koncepcija na udžbeničke formulacije istraživana je korišćenjem novog upitnika. Zaključci upućuju na to da studenti, načelno, zadržavaju svoja predteorijska shvatanja tih termina. U ovom okviru, neke formalne definicije bliže su zdravom razumu (npr. „etika“), dok neke druge no to nisu (npr. „saznanje“). Dalje, vrednovana je uloga intuicije u tom procesu, što vodi do tvrdnje da prethodni filozofski susreti izgleda da igraju presudnu ulogu u određivanju stvarnog shvatanja.

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Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka

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Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka

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Nacionalni tehnički univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za humanističke nauke, društvene nauke i pravo, Grčka

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Nacionalni i kapodistrijski univerzitet u Atini, Odsek za istoriju i filozofiju nauke, Grčka

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