Publication year: 2020
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argues that the traditional image of Feyerabend is erroneous and that, contrary to common belief, he was a great admirer of science. It shows how Feyerabend presented a vision of science that represented how science really works. Besides giving a theoretical framework based on Feyerabend´s philosophy of science, offers criteria that can help readers to evaluate and understand research reported in important international science education journals, with respect to Feyerabend’s epistemological anarchism. includes an evaluation of general chemistry and physics textbooks.
Subject: Education, Feyerabend’s epistemological anarchism, History of science, Epistemology of science, Origins of Epistemological Anarchism, Science Education and Feyerabend, Feyerabend versus Popper, Feyerabend versus Lakatos, Recent Philosophy of Science, Feminist Epistemology, Oil-Drop Experiment, Michelson-Morley Experiment, Science Education, Teaching and Teacher Education, Philosophy of Science