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Phenomenology, Praxis, and the Question of Mathematical Objects

Radford, Luis (2014). Phenomenology, Praxis, and the Question of Mathematical Objects. Educación Matemática, 26(Especial), pp. 124-145 .

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In this article, I discuss some aspects of the manner in which phenomenology has dealt with the question of the nature of objects of knowledge and the knowability of such objects. I focus on Kant’s phenomenology and consider in particular some ontological presuppositions that make Kant’s phenomenology both Platonist and anti-Platonist. Then, I make a brief incursion into Hegel’s phenomenological approach and Marx’s critique of Hegel, Kant, and German idealism in general. In the last part of the article, I comment on Marx’s idea of praxis as an entirely new path to tackle the question of the nature and knowability of objects of knowledge. I discuss some of the implications of such an idea for mathematics education. I end up sketching a Hegelian dialectic materialist concept of knowledge that provides room for understanding knowledge as something ineluctably embedded in cultural praxis.

Tipo de Registro:Artículo
Términos clave:10. Otras nociones de Educación Matemática > Fenomenología didáctica
06. Aprendizaje > Cognición > Conocimiento
Nivel Educativo:Título de grado universitario
Código ID:13299
Depositado Por:Sileni Carranza
Depositado En:28 Mar 2019 17:34
Fecha de Modificación Más Reciente:28 Mar 2019 17:34
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