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|Other Titles:||Science Education and Mind Reformation--The Necessity of Carrying Out Science Education in a General-Education form and the Purposes of Its Implementation|
National Taiwan Normal University Science Education Center
The author discusses the importance of mind reformation, putting emphases on problems raised by the amorality of science. Explanation is made in terms of metaethies, normative ethics, and applied ethics. Historically, the author mentions six kinds of state of hostility, conflict, opposition, or antagonism between diverse forces. Comparably, descriptions are made of latest 2000 years of science development. It is concluded that science causes enormous changes in human societies and scientific knowledge, especially scientism, has nothing to do with elimination of human conflicts as well as evils. The idea of the “the war to end war” is by no means helpful avoiding further disasters and science education has the role to contribute its part in applied ethics. Science courses are suggested to be taught in a general-education from with emphases places on both the positive outcome and the shortcoming of sciences. Besides, each human being is encouraged remain unperturbed or to learn authentic states in making moral decision in case of no agreement among many views.
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