Education in Morality (Routledge International Studies in the Philosophy of Education)

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The Moral Psychology of Curiosity

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Lovat Ed. Interfaith education and phenomenological method. Neuroscience and education: Issues and challenges for curriculum.

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HISTORICAL OVERVIEW, CURRENT TRENDS

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Terence welcomes doctoral applications from students interested in the following research areas:. Terence Lovat Honorary Research Fellow. Email terence. Research Terence has managed funded and unfunded research in areas including values education, interfaith religious education, curriculum studies, Islam, and studies of the doctorate. Select publications Lovat, T. Journal of Character Education, 14 2 , Lovat, T.

Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Lovat, T. Doctoral Applications Terence welcomes doctoral applications from students interested in the following research areas: Studies of the Doctorate Values Education Islam Religious Education.

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Sydney College of the Arts. Our research Research areas. Research centres institutes and groups. Industry and community Support research and education. Partnership enquiries. Industry partnerships. Community engagement. News and events News. He published articles on how curiosity relates to belief, acquaintance and creativity and is currently working on two book manuscripts on the subjects of truth and philosophical curiosity.

Her interdisciplinary research spans the fields of philosophy, educational theory, and experimental psycholinguistics, focusing on the role that questions and questioning play in everyday life, politics, and education. She has recent and forthcoming publications exploring the value of student questioning in education, and the intellectual virtues of curiosity and inquisitiveness. Her research draws on political, social, and virtue epistemology and the epistemology of education.

She combines conceptual analysis with experimental methods to demonstrate the significance of questioning, inquisitiveness, and curiosity in education, especially for learning, intellectual character, and political engagement. His writings cover a range of topics in epistemology broadly construed: knowledge, justification, wisdom, intellectual humility, curiosity, epistemic value, and the ethics of belief.

His most recent work, which focuses on the speech act of question-asking, connects epistemology to the philosophy of language. As part of the project, she co-organized an international conference in Istanbul, which gathered several philosophers working on curiosity and she has also given numerous lectures and talks in Turkey, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, US, UK, and Poland on curiosity. Her research areas include virtue epistemology, virtue ethics, philosophy of education and especially educating for intellectual virtues and wisdom.