Praxis vs. Practice
I am having a difficult time articulating the difference between praxis and practice. Could I please have some constructive criticism on what I have written thus far?
Praxis is the reasoning behind the actions and thought process of a worker. The thinking behind for the way a person in a work environment processes and responds to situations is because of praxis. The theories learned in training along with the values a person develops in life translated into reactions is the praxis of the profession. The difference between praxis and practice is the philosophy of a profession.
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