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O.E. Baksanskiy Science and philosophy of education in XXI-th century: the Narrative and the Discourse

Published in journal "Pedagogy and education", 2013-1 in rubric "Philosophy and pedagogy", pages 7-18.

Resume: The future of science in the mid-term largely depends on ways and pacing of the measures taken to improve the function, administrative and financial structure of scientific research. All efforts to reform science will inevitably be linked to the system of education, which uses the fruits of science as a global phenomenon. We possess the knowledge necessary to build a truly educated society, but the true scientific, educational and cultural revolution will only take place when outdated views and concepts of education are challenged and uprooted.

Keywords: pedagogics, philosophy of education, methodology of academic knowledge, narrative, discourse, educational paradigms, teaching and growth, informational environment, innovation, business culture.

DOI: 10.7256/2306-434.2013.01.2

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