EDPS 360 (A2) Fall 2013

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Critical Theory & Methodology

In Cooperative Blog Posts on September 23, 2013 at 11:27 am

By Juweira:

Listening to Saunders on ABC Radio and his interview with Phillip Bell really got me thinking, what are we being taught as University students? I completed an undergraduate degree in Political Science and History and now I have come to realize that some of my course readings consisted of old Greek Philosophers’ works that were difficult to understand at first, but once I put some effort into my readings I was able to get the gist of these ‘theories’ and gather a better understanding of them. However, I also recall reading the work of some authors who went on a path of circular reasoning and did not explain the concepts they presented in their work. Moreover, they definitely threw me off and I lost my passion for Political Science. Although I had to read Raymond Morrow’s work twice, Read the rest of this entry »

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