Axiology Essays and Term Papers

  • Axiology

    Life is a characteristic of everything on this planet which is capable of growth, development, and reproduction. Imagine a life where you find yourself having a child; a product of poor contraception or even perhaps a rape. Now you are forced to raise this child in a home obviously not suitable for...

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  • Subdivision Axiology

    Axiology * Area of philosophy that specifically deals with the problem of value. * Refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms of rights, obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues. * It seeks to realize...

      746 Words | 3 Pages   Reason, Argument, Inductive reasoning, Deductive reasoning

  • Existentialism

    the search for life's meaning based on free will, experiences, beliefs, laws, and traditions. How does existentialism connect to Axiology and Metaphysics? (Branches of philosophy) In Education, Existentialism is very important, because as an Educator we should know each child’s...

      555 Words | 3 Pages   Existentialism

  • Unit Exam

    Epistemology, and Axiology. Metaphysics deals with explaining the way things are in the physical world. Epistemology is concerned with the scope of knowledge and what it is, how it's attained, etc. Axiology is the study of how people determine the value of things. What is axiology and what questions...

      527 Words | 2 Pages   Philosophy, Utilitarianism, Logical consequence, Validity

  • matrix

    Metaphysics = What is reality/truth? What is purpose and meaning in life? Epistemology = Is it possible to know reality/truth? If so, how? Axiology = What values should be developed in education? Learner’s Nature = What is the role of the learner? What is the human condition? Good? Bad? Neutral...

      3476 Words | 14 Pages   Pragmatism, Rationalism, Existentialism, Education

  • My Philosophy of Education

    vital part of each one of our lives. My philosophy is derived from three different branches of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, and finally axiology. Here is my philosophy of the phenomena we call education based on these three branches. Education is defined mainly as knowledge acquired by learning...

      1796 Words | 5 Pages  

  • Asesi

    theory needs to be clear about precisely what the consequences are. (ii) axiology: Consequentialist theory needs to provide a scheme for determining the relative value of consequences. This theory of value is called an axiology. The term utility is used to refer to any kind of valued outcome (from...

      1629 Words | 6 Pages   Ethics, Natural and legal rights, Consequentialism, Utilitarianism

  • Main B of Philosophyranches

    Descartes, Kant and Hume, have made a notable contribution to this branch of philosophy. Axiology Axiology is that branch of philosophy which deals with the study of value. The two values studied in axiology are as follows: Aesthetics Aesthetics deals with sense, perception, and appreciation...

      466 Words | 3 Pages   Ethics, Aesthetics, Meta-ethics, Normative ethics

  • My Phlosophy on Education

    thought to. It also seemed like a daunting task as I read the handout. The terminology alone was foreign, Metaphysics, Epistemology and Axiology. I had to look Axiology up in the dictionary, I thought it might be some sort of medieval craft lumberjacks practiced. Then when reading chapter nine things...

      3832 Words | 10 Pages   Argument, Syllogism, Reason, Logic

  • Education Outline and Rationale

    will include my mission statement as an educator. I will also describe my own educational philosophy as it relates to metaphysics, epistemology, axiology, and logic. Although I have chosen the philosophy that seems to best fit my classroom, there are several elements from other philosophies that encompass...

      969 Words | 5 Pages   Education, Waldorf education, Teacher, Reality

  • Bell, R.L. & Lederman. (2003). Understandings of the nature of science and decision making on science and technology based issues. Science Education, vol.87, no.3, p.352-77

    result of understanding the evolution of high that only human . The ability to understand the full truth , which is fixed and unique . C. Axiology Axiology is the philosophical value . This aspect is related to the value of the category : ( 1 ) good and bad , and ( 2 ) beautiful and ugly...

      2138 Words | 7 Pages   Ethical intuitionism, Metaphysics, Science, Materialism

  • Ethics paper

    philosophy you find subcategories such as Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Axiology.  Metaphysics is the study of reality, what is real, and what it takes to be real,  Epistemology is the  study if knowledge itself, and Axiology is the study of value.  Ethics falls under the subcategory  of Axiology, explained as the universal base of knowledge that describes right from wrong...

      758 Words | 4 Pages  

  • My Philosophy of Education

    vital part of each one of our lives. My philosophy is derived from three different branches of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, and finally axiology. Here is my philosophy of the phenomena we call education based on these three branches. Education is defined mainly as knowledge acquired by learning...

      1774 Words | 5 Pages   Education, Teacher, Philosophy, Philosophy of education

  • Occupational Therapy Philosophies

    epistemology, logic, and axiology. Metaphysics is the “nature of reality” and essentially explains the nature of the world and human beings. Epistemology is the meaning of knowledge and how one acquires knowledge. Logic is simply reasoning in hopes to find the truth. Lastly, axiology is based on the values...

      427 Words | 2 Pages   Reason, Idealism, Philosophy, Epistemology

  • world view

    framework by which you interpret and comprehend everything. I will be explaining my view on its components of metaphysics, anthropology, epistemology, axiology, and chronology. My worldview has come to be by my experiences I've had in my 25 years with family, friends, and opportunities and events life has...

      591 Words | 2 Pages   Truth, Afterlife

  • Happiness as a social phenomenon

    Literature Review The present work concerns itself with the analysis of the Happiness theory in terms of anthology and axiology. Various researches in the field of axiology serve as a theoretical basis of the present work. Among the most significant sources are the following: Batishev G. S. Truth...

      1877 Words | 6 Pages   Sociology, Happiness, Contentment, Thought

  • Cri-du-chat syndrome

    the most important branches of philosophy that influenced my special education philosophy were axiology and logic. The notion of values and ethics is quite important to me and my mission, therefor axiology became an influential element. Logic is an element of all parts of the education world. The level...

      514 Words | 2 Pages   Special education, Philosophy of education, Education, Philosophy

  • My Pet Olie

    rigidly maintained, for one area overlaps into the others. 1. Axiology: the study of value; the investigation of its nature, criteria, and metaphysical status. More often than not, the term "value theory" is used instead of "axiology" in contemporary discussions even though the term “theory of value”...

      1922 Words | 6 Pages   Ethics, Value theory, Reason, Aesthetics

  • Branches of Philosophy

    sometimes referred to as the “theory of knowledge.” 5. Axiology Axiology is philosophical the study of value; the investigation of its nature, criteria, and metaphysical status. More often than not, the term "value theory" is used instead of "axiology."  6. Aesthetics Aesthetics is the study of value...

      455 Words | 2 Pages   Philosophy, Ethics, Metaphysics, Reason

  • Clock Work Orange

    three building blocks of theories, such as semiotics. They include: ontology which is centered on assumptions about the nature of being and truth, axiology which is the study of how values operate in the context of scholarly research and epistemology which is concerned with what knowledge is and how an...

      3005 Words | 9 Pages   Sign (semiotics), Objectivity (philosophy), Postmodernism, A Clockwork Orange