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From:Educational Studies in Mathematics (Vol. 92, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe process of proofs and refutations described by Lakatos is essential in school mathematics to provide students with an opportunity to experience how mathematical knowledge develops dynamically within the discipline...
From:The Monist (Vol. 96, Issue 4) Peer-Reviewed'I am not speaking' is a truth I cannot speak. Similarly, when 'I am not thinking' is true, I cannot think it without rendering it false. But consider a world where eliminativism obtains, where no one can strictly speak...
From:Journal of the American Musicological Society (Vol. 64, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedLawyers are in the business of arguing cases for clients and scoring points off the other side. Historians, I like to think, aim at truth, not the whole truth of course, we gave that up a long time ago, but at least, as...
From:Reading Research Quarterly (Vol. 46, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe study compared the effects of a refutation text on comprehension and learning outcomes to those of a standard expository text. Undergraduate students with varying amounts of accurate and inaccurate prior knowledge...
From:The Chronicle of Higher Education (Vol. 63, Issue 36)I'm starting to think that some of the strange behavior that has been gripping college students in the United States has begun seeping north into Canada, where I teach. For the first time the other day, I came across...
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