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Luis Radford
Université Laurentienne, Canadá
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Vol. 9 Núm. 3: Número monográfico en Generalización (Marzo, 2015), Artículos, Páginas 129-141
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/pna.v9i3.6221
Recibido: jun 27, 2017 Aceptado: jun 27, 2017 Publicado: mar 1, 2015

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In the first part of this article, I argue that generalization involves three related components: phenomenological, epistemological, and semiotic. I also argue that the concept of generalization conveyed by theories of knowing (e.g., rationalist and empiricist) depends on the manner in which these theories understand the above three components and their interrelations. I elaborate my argument in reference to a cultural-historical dialectical concept of generalization. In the second part of the article, I provide an overview of the articles contained in this special issue and discuss their contributions to educational research.

Los componentes fenomenológico, epistemológico y semiótico de la generalización

En la primera parte de este artículo, sostengo que la generalización incluye tres componentes entrelazados: un componente fenomenológico, un componente epistemológico y un componente semiótico. También sostengo que el concepto de generalización que presentan las teorías del conocimiento (por ejemplo, teorías racionalistas y empiristas) depende de la manera en que esas teorías conciben los tres componentes anteriores y sus interrelaciones. Mi argumento es elaborado a partir de un concepto cultural histórico dialéctico de generalización. En la segunda parte del artículo, hago un resumen de los artículos contenidos en este número especial y discuto sus contribuciones a la investigación en educación.

Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/34986

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