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PhD student in Philosophy of Education, Islamic Azad University, Arak, Iran
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Human has always tried in history to accomplish advances in various eras including materials and spiritual eras.  When human found himself, the innovation movement started. The philosophical- social stream was gradually formed after years of war in 20th century which changed various literature, social sciences, and educational sciences eras. The objective of this stream was criticizing modernism and its dead-ends. Today post-modernism is one of the biggest discussions in all scientific, formal, and informal meetings, and forming enormous conventions with mutual concern have been observed whose objective is finding desirable solution to face with problems. The postmodernism worldview is based on rejecting absolute realities. The epistemology of postmodernism is mostly related to the present time than future or past. Postmodernism rejects the universal ethical and general spiritual values and mostly believes on relativity of values. The curriculum plan of postmodernism emphasizes on issues that increases cultural, historical, political, ecological, aesthetic, and theological awareness.
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Received: 2020/01/11 | Accepted: 2020/04/1 | Published: 2020/04/15

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