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What do we know about EESD and how do we know it?
Engineering Education for Sustainable Development Conference.
Huckle (2004) has argued that Critical Realism (CR) can provide a philosophical framework for
higher education for sustainability by providing a philosophy of knowledge ″that integrates the
natural and social sciences and the humanities...supports critical pedagogy, and continues to
regards education as a form of enlightenment linked to a vision of more sustainable futures″
(34). His argument is based on the depth ontology of CR and its potential to provide an
ontological grounding for interdisciplinary approaches to (SD) and education for sustainable
development (EESD). This depth ontology encourages us to look beyond the surface appearance
of things to uncover their generative causes. In this paper our focus is on how CR impacts
research design and how we used the logic of CR to examine engineering education for
sustainable development (EESD) in a limited number of programmes in three institutions in
Ireland. Some results of different phases of this work have been reported previously (Nicolaou
and Conlon 2012, 2013, 2015, Nicolaou, Conlon and Bowe 2015). In this paper we seek to
integrate the findings and provide an account of how our approach was influenced by CR.
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