Lecturer, Faculty of Management and Administration, Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe Coordinator, Entrepreneurship and Business Development Center.

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Publications:
The Fate of the Scientific Discourse in the Information Society

In the information society, the fate of the scientific discourse is uncertain. There is an epistemological shift that embodies power comparable to the scientific revolution over three hundred years ago.

Book: Print

$US30.00

Book: Electronic

$US15.00
Changing Paradigms in the Information Society: From Analysis to Systems Thinking

Analysis has established itself as a preferred method in scientific practice. The empirical residues left by the analytic approach can be better handled by a computer inspired systems approach.

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The Epistemological Implications of the Information Revolution: From Representation to Information Processing

Normative epistemology defines knowledge as true-justified-belief i.e. accurate representation of reality in true propositions. This paper argue that knowing is a process of accumulating insights through information processing

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$US10.00

Published online: October 10, 2014

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The Rational Foundations of Interdisciplinarity: From a Normative to A Dynamic and Integrative Epistemology

Normative epistemology implies that rationality is amenable to quantity, formal logic, or computer algorithms. Dynamic and integrative epistemology founds interdisciplinarity in rationality itself and not in the disciplines.

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$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00