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  1. Nina Lansbury Hall, Can the "Social Licence to Operate" Concept Enhance Engagement and Increase Acceptance of Renewable Energy? A Case Study of Wind Farms in Australia.
    Social licence to operate is the ongoing acceptance or approval for a development that is granted by the local community and other stakeholders. From the current media and political attention on Australian wind farms, it appears that many specific wind farms, or indeed the industry as a whole, may not hold an SLO with affected stakeholders. This research was undertaken to examine whether the SLO might be a useful framework to enhance engagement and increase societal understanding of wind farms. Twenty-seven (...)
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  2. Katherine Frances McLay, iKnow, iAm, iPad: A Reflexive Microethnographic Investigation of iPad-Using High School Students.
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  3. C. G. Prato & S. Kaplan, Bus Accident Severity and Passenger Injury: Evidence From Denmark.
    Purpose: Bus safety is a concern not only in developing countries, but also in the U.S. and Europe. In Denmark, disentangling risk factors that are positively or negatively related to bus accident severity and injury occurrence to bus passengers can contribute to promote safety as an essential principle of sustainable transit and advance the vision "every accident is one too many". Methods: Bus accident data were retrieved from the national accident database for the period 2002-2011. A generalized ordered logit model (...)
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  4. S. Kaplan & C. G. Prato, The Application of the Random Regret Minimization Model to Drivers' Choice of Crash Avoidance Maneuvers.
    This study explores the plausibility of regret minimization as behavioral paradigm underlying the choice of crash avoidance maneuvers. Alternatively to previous studies that considered utility maximization, this study applies the random regret minimization model while assuming that drivers seek to minimize their anticipated regret from their corrective actions. The model accounts for driver attributes and behavior, critical events that made the crash imminent, vehicle and road characteristics, and environmental conditions. Analyzed data are retrieved from the General Estimates System crash database (...)
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  5. C. G. Prato, Meta-Analysis of Choice Set Generation Effects on Route Choice Model Estimates and Predictions.
    Large scale applications of behaviorally realistic transport models pose several challenges to transport modelers on both the demand and the supply sides. On the supply side, path-based solutions to the user assignment equilibrium problem help modelers in enhancing the route choice behavior modeling, but require them to generate choice sets by selecting a path generation technique and its parameters according to personal judgments. This paper proposes a methodology and an experimental setting to provide general indications about objective judgments for an (...)
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  6. S. Kaplan & C. G. Prato, Closing the Gap Between Behavior and Models in Route Choice: The Role of Spatiotemporal Constraints and Latent Traits in Choice Set Formation.
    A considerable gap exists between the behavioral paradigm of choice set formation in route choice and its representation in route choice modeling. While travelers form their viable choice set by retaining routes that satisfy spatiotemporal constraints, existing route generation techniques do not account for individual-related spatiotemporal constraints. This paper reduces the gap by proposing a route choice model incorporating spatiotemporal constraints and latent traits. The proposed approach combines stochastic route generation with a latent variable semi-compensatory model representing constraint-based choice set (...)
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  7. O. Taubman - Ben-Ari, A. Eherenfreund - Hager & C. G. Prato, The Value of Self-Report Measures as Indicators of Driving Behaviors Among Young Drivers.
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  8. J. Parbo, O. A. Nielsen & C. G. Prato, User Perspectives in Public Transport Timetable Optimisation.
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  9. L. M. Martinussen, M. Moller & C. G. Prato, Assessing the Relationship Between the Driver Behavior Questionnaire and the Driver Skill Inventory: Revealing Sub-Groups of Drivers.
    The Driver Behavior Questionnaire and the Driver Skill Inventory are two of the most frequently used measures of self-reported driving style and driving skill. The motivation behind the present study was to identify sub-groups of drivers that potentially act dangerously in traffic, as well as to test whether the sub-groups differ in characteristics such as age, gender, annual mileage and accident involvement. Furthermore, the joint analysis of the two instruments was used to test drivers' assessment of their own self-reported driving (...)
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  10. A. Intezari, D. J. Pauleen & D. Rooney, Rediscovering Philosophia: The PhD as a Path to Enhancing Knowledge, Wisdom and Creating a Better World.
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  11. Nadira Abu Talib, Inequality as Meritocracy: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Metaphors of Flexibility, Diversity, and Choice, and the Value of Truth in Singapore’s Education Policies, 1979 - 2012.
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  12. M. Brigg, Engaging Indigenous Knowledges: From Sovereign to Relational Knowers.
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  13. K. Jia, M. King, J. J. Fleiter, M. Sheehan, W. Ma, J. Lei & J. Zhang, Drunk Driving Offenders' Knowledge and Behaviour in Relation to Alcohol-Involved Driving in Yinchuan and a Comparison with Guangzhou, China.
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  14. N. Pembroke, Contributions From Christian Ethics and Buddhist Philosophy to the Management of Compassion Fatigue in Nurses.
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  15. M. Alvesson & D. Karreman, Intellectual Failure and Ideological Success in Organization Studies: The Case of Transformational Leadership.
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  16. Warwick Mules, Heidegger, Nature Philosophy and Art as Poietic Event.
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  17. N. J. Groves & T. H. J. Burne, Sex-Specific Attentional Deficits in Adult Vitamin D Deficient BALB/C Mice.
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  18. Chari Larsson, Thinking Things: Images of Thought and Thoughtful Images.
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  19. Noritta Morseu-Diop, HEALING IN JUSTICE: An International Study of Indigenous Peoples’ Custodial Experiences of Prison Rehabilitation Programs and the Impact on Their Journey From Prison to Community.
    The implementation and delivery of prison rehabilitation programs is crucial to the successful restoration and reintegration of incarcerated people. However, the high recidivism rate nationwide is a clear indication that the current prison programs are not working. Furthermore, it is common knowledge that the core content of most prison-based programs are designed through Western lenses and facilitated predominantly by non-Indigenous program providers. This has greatly impacted on the progression of those Indigenous peoples who come from diverse cultural backgrounds, speak other (...)
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  20. A. J. Hoffman, A. Pretorius & Y. Wang, Geometry Based Analysis of an Alternative RFID Interrogator Placement for Electronic Vehicle Identification.
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  21. Bernadette Allen, Representation, Collaboration and History Wars at the National Museum of Australia.
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  22. Steven Gil, ‘‘Time Machines Are Nothin’ but Trouble’: Stargate SG-1’s Thought Experiments on Time Travel.
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  23. Rosie Scholl, Kim Nichols & Gilbert Burgh, Connecting Learning to the World Beyond the Classroom Through Collaborative Philosophical Inquiry.
    This study explored the impact of facilitating collaborative philosophical inquiry, in the tradition of “Philosophy for Children,” on connectedness pedagogies. The study employed an experimental design that included 59 primary teachers in 2 groups. The experimental group received an intervention that comprised training in CPI and the comparison group received training in Thinking Tools, a subset of the CPI training. Lessons were coded on four variables of connectedness pedagogies, across the two groups, at three time-points. Teacher interviews were conducted to (...)
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  24. A. T. Nuyen, Realism, Anti-Realism, and Emmanuel Levinas.
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  25. Caitlin Sparks, Returning the Imagination to International Relations Security Theory: Destabilising the Fearful Subject.
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  26. Wendi Anne Sargeant, Christian Education and the Emerging Church.
    This thesis attempts to show that although Christian education has lost theological location and prominence in the life of the Western Protestant church, the emerging Church movement as an intentionally postmodern approach to ministry in the contemporary context can offer insights to reinterpret Christian education in this context. Christian education is given a new interpretive framework and is theologically located at the intersection of doxology and dogma. The importance of the Christian worshipping community as the most appropriate setting for Christian (...)
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  27. Raghav Rajagopalan & Gerald Midgley, Knowing Differently in Systemic Intervention.
    This paper makes the case for extended ways of knowing in systemic intervention. It argues that the deployment of formal thinking and dialogue methods are inadequate, on their own, to the critical tasks of comprehending larger wholes and appreciating others' viewpoints. Theory and techniques need to go further and access other forms of knowing, held in experiential, practical or symbolic ways. This could offer a better basis to incorporate marginalized people and other phenomena that are affected by interventions but do (...)
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  28. Stephan Atzert, Concepts of Liberation: Schopenhauer Between Freud, the Buddha and Idealist Aesthetics.
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  29. M. Kovacic, The Great Island Sea: Reflections on the Buddhadharma in the Post-Secular Age.
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  30. Alex J. Bellamy (2015). The Responsibility to Protect Turns Ten. Ethics and International Affairs 29 (2):161-185.
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  31. Daryl Morini, Preventive Diplomacy: The Role of the Individual in Attempts to Prevent War.
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  32. L. A. Duhs, Sen’s Economic Philosophy: Capabilities and Human Development in the Revival of Economics as a Moral Science.
    Sen joins a line of economists – including Cropsey, Schumacher, Myrdal, Ward, Higgins and Etzioni – who have objected to the implicit political philosophy within orthodox neo-classical economics. He argues that the good or just society requires policies to remove all forms of “unfreedoms”, and policies to equalise the extent of capability deprivation. This capabilities approach calls for a rejection of utilitarianism, libertarianism and Rawlsianism in favour of the conception of justice provided by his putatively Smithian/Aristotelian approach. In taking the (...)
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  33. Henry Martyn Lloyd, The Marquis de Sade’s Philosophical ‘System’ in its Enlightenment Context.
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  34. Laura Jane Roberts, An Alchemy of Radical Love: Luce Irigaray's Ontology of Sexuate Difference.
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  35. Z. Ma, L. Ferreira, M. Mesbah & S. Zhu, Modeling Distributions of Travel Time Variability for Bus Operations.
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  36. C. Davis, N. J. Loxton, R. D. Levitan, A. S. Kaplan, J. C. Carter & J. L. Kennedy, Corrigendum to "'Food Addiction' and its Association with a Dopaminergic Multilocus Genetic Profile" [Physiol. Behav. 63-69]. [REVIEW]
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  37. S. C. Cardoso, A. S. Grutter, J. R. Paula, G. I. Andre, J. P. Messias, M. Gozdowska, E. Kulczykowska & M. C. Soares, Forebrain Neuropeptide Regulation of Pair Association and Behavior in Cooperating Cleaner Fish.
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  38. Kim Wilkins, Valhallolz: Medievalist Humor on the Internet.
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  39. M. Wegener & O. Yinggang, Organization and Profit-Sharing in Mechanized Sugarcane Harvesting: Is Australia's Experience Relevant to China?
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  40. Albert Garth Thomas, Contested Concepts: The Salience of Metaphysics to Bioethical Debate.
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  41. Gilbert Burgh (2014). Democratic Pedagogy. Journal of Philosophy in Schools 1 (1):22-44.
    The ideas contained in this paper were first formulated as part of a chapter in my doctoral dissertation, which was completed in 1997. Some years later I added to my initial thoughts, scribbled some notes, and presented them at the 12th Annual Philosophy in Schools Conference, held in Brisbane in 2002. This presentation surfaced as a paper in Critical & Creative Thinking: The Australasian Journal of Philosophy in Schools (Burgh 2003a). Soon thereafter I revised the paper (Burgh 2003b) and it (...)
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  42. Pierre Benckendorff & Anita Zehrer, A Network Analysis of Tourism Research.
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  43. Ian Hunter, Heideggerian Mathematics: Badiou's Being and Event.
    The combination of Heideggerian metaphysics and advanced mathematics in Alain Badiou’s Being and Event presents a unique challenge to modern commentary. Badiou’s metaphysical axe-grinding makes his work uninteresting to mathematical logicians, while the humanities scholars who wield his axes often have little grasp of the mathematics on which they are supposed to have been honed. This lacuna helps to explain why Being and Event has been dismissed by some as ‘fashionable nonsense’ and praised by others as “one of the most (...)
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  44. Stephen Townsend, Gary Osmond & Murray G. Phillips, Wicked Wikipedia? Communities of Practice, the Production of Knowledge and Australian Sport History.
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  45. Sidney W. A. Dekker & James M. Nyce, From Figments to Figures: Ontological Alchemy in Human Factors Research.
    To bridge the gap between psychology and engineering, human factors research routinely engages in a kind of ontological alchemy which turns putative mental constructs into measurable numbers. We should not overestimate the ontological status of our constructs, nor underestimate the extent to which our own research that makes them “real.”.
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  46. Fred D'Agostino, Hermeneutics, Epistemology, and Science.
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  47. Mark Hooper, Hume and Human Error.
  48. Gerald Midgley, Science as Systemic Intervention: Some Implications of Systems Thinking and Complexity for the Philosophy of Science.
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  49. Ian Patterson & Donald Getz, At the Nexus of Leisure and Event Studies.
    In this conceptual article we examine the interrelationships between two fields of study, specifically the real and potential contributions of leisure studies to event studies. Furthermore, we consider the evolution of the two fields, philosophical discourses and theories associated with both. Epistemologically, both event and leisure studies have drawn heavily from the same foundation disciplines when focusing on motivation, experience, and benefits. Ontologically, event studies seeks to develop distinct concepts that differentiate planned event experiences and the meanings attached to them, (...)
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  50. Robin Brian O'Hair, The Bankruptcy of Judicial Restraint and Judicial Activism: The Impact of Doctrines of Judicial Restraint on Common Law Adjudication.
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  51. Peter Cryle, The Average and the Normal in Nineteenth-Century French Medical Discourse.
    The concept of normal in nineteenth-century medical thought was by no means as straightforward as is often supposed. The notions of 'norm', 'normal' and 'normativity' were not historically stable, and the use of those terms in modern theoretical talk stands to gain in precision by taking account of their troubled genealogy. Many French scientific authors of the nineteenth century put the normal at or near the heart of their epistemology without actually defining it. Quetelet was concerned to define the type (...)
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  52. Nicholas Aroney, Subsidiarity in the Writings of Aristotle and Aquinas.
    The philosophical origins of the principle of subsidiarity must be understood historically. This chapter argues that the critical point for the emergence of the principle lay in Thomas Aquinas’s theological interpretation of Aristotle’s political philosophy and his application of it to the institutional pluralism of medieval Europe. From Aristotle, Aquinas developed the idea that human societies naturally progress from families, through villages to entire city-states, but he recognised that what Aristotle said of city-states could be applied not only to cities (...)
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  53. Jeffrey Minson, The Sense of Existing and its Political Implications: On François Flahault's 'General Anthropology'.
    The radical Conservative Carl Schmitt suggested that ‘one could test all theories of state according to their anthropology and thereby classify these as to whether they consciously or unconsciously presuppose man to be by nature … a dangerous being or not’. But perhaps not all pessimistic images of ‘natural man’ are as readily assignable to a conservative style of thought. Such is the case I suggest with Francois Flahault’s ‘deidealized’ anthropology -- ‘realist’ yet informed by a social-solidarist ethic – which (...)
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  54. George Berkeley & T. E. Jessop (1937). The Principles of Human Knowledge. A. Brown & Sons, Limited.
  55. Andrew Burton-Jones, Ephraim R. McLean & Emmanuel Monod, Theoretical Perspectives in IS Research: From Variance and Process to Conceptual Latitude and Conceptual Fit.
    There has been growing interest in theory building in Information Systems research. We extend this literature by examining theory building perspectives. We define a perspective as a researcher’s choice of the types of concepts and relationships used to construct a theory, and we examine three perspectives – process, variance, and systems. We contribute by clarifying these perspectives and explaining how they can be used more flexibly in future research. We illustrate the value of this more flexible approach by showing how (...)
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  56. Christina Waterson, Challenging the Apperception of Images: A Discourse on the Diary Films of Wim Wenders.
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  57. Louise Gustafsson, Matthew Molineux & Sally Bennett, Contemporary Occupational Therapy Practice: The Challenges of Being Evidence Based and Philosophically Congruent.
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  58. J. Vann & M. Stewart, Philosophy of Science: A Practical Tool for Applied Geologists in the Minerals Industry.
    For applied geologists working in the minerals industry the tasks of problem formulation, observation and data collection, interpretation and modelling invoke various philosophical considerations whether the practitioner is aware of them or not. A primary goal of applied geologists is to build models that accurately predict reality to an acceptable degree. In this paper, we describe the key philosophical frameworks proposed for conducting scientific investigations and relate them to the field of applied geology. We consider the very important differences in (...)
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  59. I. R. Hunter, The Desire for Deconstruction: Derrida's Metaphysics of Law.
    This article offers an historical commentary on Jacques Derrida’s influential essay ‘Force of Law’, seeking to situate Derrida’s deconstruction of law and jurisprudence within an intellectual history of 1960s humanities theory. It does so by approaching deconstruction as symptomatic of the periodic resurgence of European university metaphysics, mediated here by Derrida’s redeployment of Husserl’s transcendental phenomenology. Deconstruction is historicised by investigating its operation as a particular kind of ‘spiritual exercise’ or intellectual regimen. This is one designed to form a privileged (...)
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  60. Keith Christopher Hampson, Authenticity, Consumption and Popular Culture.
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  61. Ian Hardy & Christopher Boyle, My School? Critiquing the Abstraction and Quantification of Education.
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  62. Clifford Mallett & Richard Tinning, Philosophy of Knowledge.
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  63. Gershon David Maller, The Semantics of Silence in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens.
    It is commonplace to observe that often what is not said in a poem is more important than what is. It is less common to explain how silence contributes to the creation of literal and figurative meaning in a poem. This thesis examines the philosophical significance of silence in the poetry of the high-modernist, American poet Wallace Stevens (1879–1955). I argue that four reasons motivate a reading of Stevens that foregrounds the eloquence and significance of his poetic silences. First, as (...)
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  64. Jason Cullen, The Wounds of Indetermination: Deleuze, Cinema and Ethology.
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  65. Kai Riemer, Robert Johnston, Dirk Hovorka & Marta Indulska, Challenging the Philosophical Foundations of Modeling Organizational Reality: The Case of Process Modeling.
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  66. Michelle Boulous Walker, Philosophy and Silence : Reading the Maternal Body.
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  67. Ingrid Bauer, The Epistemology of Modal Metaphysics.
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  68. Joy Hardy, In the Neighbourhood of Uncertainty : Poststructuralisms and Environmental Education.
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  69. Daniel Rab Schweitzer, A Critical Analysis of Information in Experimental Biology: Towards a Pluralistic Account of Functions and a Fictionalist Account of Genetic and Positional Information.
    The notion of information is ubiquitous in the biological sciences. But what do biologists mean by the term ?information?? Is there something substantive when biologists refer to informational based concepts or alternatively, is the concept of information simply a useful fiction without any substantive content? In this thesis, I examine the notion of information as it pertains to both molecular and developmental biology which are fields of biology that are sometimes included as forming part of the research program of experimental (...)
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  70. Misbah Khokhar, Rooftops in Karachi.
    Rooftops in Karachi is a book-length collection of prose poems which deal with my experiences as a Pakistani woman living in Australia and reflecting on my country of birth. My reflections and experiences are an attempt to catch moments and memories that altered or affected the metaphysical directions of the protagonists in the poems. These poems are snapshots of time, describing and threading together imagined and real circumstances. While each poem traverses a geographical region, the most difficult and deepest territory (...)
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  71. Carole Ann Ramsey, Open-Endedness: Towards an Encounter with Alterity.
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  72. Rosetta Patricia Scholl, Transforming Pedagogy Through Philosophical Inquiry.
    This study explored the impact of implementing Philosophy, in the tradition of 'Philosophy for Children', on pedagogy. It employed an experimental design that included 59 primary teachers. The experimental group received an intervention of training in Philosophy and the comparison group received training in Thinking Tools , a subset of the Philosophy training. Lessons were coded on variables of pedagogy, across the two groups, at three time-points. Teacher interviews were conducted to gather participants' perspectives. Between group analysis of variance on (...)
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  73. Rachel Briggs & Daniel Nolan (2012). Epistemic Dispositions. Reply to Turri and Bronner. Logos and Episteme 3 (4):629-636.
    We reply to recent papers by John Turri and Ben Bronner, who criticise the dispositionalised Nozickian tracking account we discuss in “Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know.” We argue that the account we suggested can handle the problems raised by Turri and Bronner. In the course of responding to Turri and Bronner’s objections, we draw three general lessons for theories of epistemic dispositions: that epistemic dispositions are to some extent extrinsic, that epistemic dispositions can have manifestation conditions concerning circumstances where (...)
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  74. Mathew Paul, An Examination of the Presence and Role of Plato in the Work of Jacques Derrida.
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  75. Phil Tillotson, Creativity and Digital Media: Technology and Cognition Within Architectural Design.
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  76. Michael Jordan (1998). Eastern Wisdom the Philosophies and Rituals of the East. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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  77. Amana Raquib, Islamic View on Good Life: Dialogue with Philosophy of Modern Technology.
    Technology has pervaded our lives so much and on so many levels, both explicit and implicit that it has almost become a part of our nature along with culture. To reflect philosophically on the pattern of modern technology tied to its consequences becomes as difficult as making fish realize the presence of surrounding water. The world within which we live, is a world infested with technology and we engage primarily with the world through the medium of technology. This raises ethical, (...)
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  78. Jennifer Greenwood (2012). Wide Externalism and the Roles of Biology and Culture in Human Emotional Development. Emotion Review 4 (4):423-431.
    In both the philosophy and psychology of emotion there is disagreement regarding the role of biology/genetics and culture/sociality in emotional development and experience. Using recent insights from developmental psychology and biology, and particularly recent developments in metaphysics of mind, I argue that distinctly human emotionality requires the complex interaction of both. Human neonates and caregivers are genetically preadapted to enable emotional ontogenesis in the context only of a complexly interdependent linguistically-mediated social relationship. This relationship provides the requisite sensory-perceptual stimulation to (...)
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  79. J. Atkins, Rules, Scepticism and Rule-Scepticism.
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  80. Lesley Roberts, Towards a Probabilistic Semantics for Natural Language.
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  81. Cristina Neesham, Charmine E. J. Härtel, Ken Coghill & James Sarros, Profit-Making Vs Human Value: Philosophy's Contribution.
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  82. Mark Bahnisch, The Phenomenology of Utopia: Reimagining the Political.
    This thesis argues that the end of Soviet Marxism and a bipolar global political imaginary at the dissolution of the short Twentieth Century poses an obstacle for anti-systemic political action. Such a blockage of alternate political imaginaries can be discerned by reading the work of Francis Fukuyama and "Endism" as performative invocations of the closure of political alternatives, and thus as an ideological proclamation which enables and constrains forms of social action. It is contended that the search through dialectical thought (...)
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  83. Greg Hainge, To Have Done with the Perspective of the Body: Gaspar Noe´’s Enter the Void, Somatic Film Theory and the Biocinematic Imaginary‘.
    In this paper, I examine the ways in which the relationship between spectator and screen has been figured in a body of recent scholarship on the cinema that both corporealises the cinematic event by focusing on the body of the spectator and the body of the film whilst, simultaneously, decorporealising it by seeing in the relation between spectator and screen the means to produce a new kind of properly cinematic thought, a new form of philosophy that can only be born (...)
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  84. Carol Booth, Duty, Beauty, Delight & Happiness : Motivations for Nature Conservation.
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  85. W. Graham Astley & Raymond F. Zammuto, Organization Science, Managerial Practice, and Language Games.
    This paper examines the relationship between organization science and managerial practice. Science and practice are viewed as interdependent, yet semiautonomous, domains which engage in their own specialized forms of discourse or “language games.” The paper examines both the internal dynamics of these language games and the relationship between them. The analysis suggests a reinterpretation of the role played by organizational scientists in relation to practitioners. Organizational scientists should be viewed not as engineers offering technical advice to managers but as providers (...)
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  86. Tessa Jones, Amending and Defending Constitution.
    I begin by evaluating four theories: mereological essentialism, the occasional identity thesis, four-dimensionalism and the constitution view. I compare the solutions these theories offer to puzzles of material constitution with particular attention being paid to their treatment of Leibniz’s Law, the ontological status of objects and the distinction between objects and their matter. If a lump of clay constitutes a statue, the lump of clay and the statue are metaphysically distinct such that they are distinct kinds, but numerically one thing—the (...)
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  87. B. Abernethy, Jm Poolton, Rsw Masters & Ng Patil, Implications of an Expertise Model for Surgical Skills Training.
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  88. Paul Murray, Scepticism, Contextualism, and Natural Doubt.
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  89. Sylvia Rodger, Leadership Through an Occupational Lens: Celebrating Our Territory.
    This paper addresses key qualities of leadership and describes leadership through an occupational lens. It aims to encourage individuals to identify themselves as leaders wherever they are positioned within organisations or in their professional lives. Leadership vignettes are used to highlight and celebrate how occupational therapy philosophies, as well as our theoretical and practical knowledge assisted these leaders in their current and emerging leadership roles. A number of issues that are affecting us as global citizens, including natural disasters and humanitarian (...)
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  90. M. B. Walker (1998). Imaginary Bodies: Ethics, Power and Corporeality. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 76 (2):335-337.
  91. M. B. Walker (1997). A Short Story About Reason: The Strange Case of Habermas and Poe. Philosophy Today 41 (3):432-445.
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  92. Kim de Rijke, Water, Place and Community: An Ethnography of Environmental Engagement, Emplaced Identity and the Traveston Crossing Dam Dispute in Queensland, Australia.
    As one of the driest countries in the world, the supply of water for human consumption, food production and environmental purposes is of increasing concern to Australia. This thesis seeks to address the socio-cultural issues associated with a particular initiative by the Queensland State Government in 2006 to dam the Mary River in southeast Queensland. The so-called Traveston Crossing Dam was aimed, among other things, at providing additional drinking water for the city of Brisbane, which was by then effectively running (...)
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  93. Penelope Rush, The Philosophy of Mathematics and the Independent 'Other'.
  94. Amanda Keddie, Whole School Values and the Socially Transformative Potential of Philosophy Education.
    The socially transformative potential of philosophy education (PhE) to support a broadening of students’ horizons and a fostering of their ability to deal with difference and diversity is the focus of this article. This article explores this potential through its examination of whole school values and PhE at one primary school in Queensland, Australia. The central argument is that the school’s prioritizing of social outcomes within its values framework can be supported by PhE at the classroom level. In making this (...)
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  95. Adrian Athique, Diasporic Audiences and Non-Resident Media: The Case of Indian Films.
    This article seeks to demonstrate how various overlapping claims made by politicians, film producers and academics regarding diasporic audiences have constructed a particular model of cultural transmission emerging from a globalised mediasphere. Taking the case of popular Indian films and their global circulation, this article goes on to challenge the dominant ethnocultural explanations of popular culture and its circulation. Following a consideration of the empirical and epistemological faultlines arising from that paradigm, it is claimed that the tidy equation of media (...)
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  96. Mohammad Alauddin, What They Think, What They Expect, and What They Practise: A Multivariate Analysis of Students′ Perceptions About Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
    The teaching and learning environment in higher education in Australia and elsewhere in the developed world has undergone profound changes in the last two decades. The diversity of students has grown especially with variations in ethnic background and student demands. The existing literature has not provided clarity in terms of the effects on teaching and learning or on the way in which these changes shape what university students think about, expect from, and practise in the teaching and learning process. Employing (...)
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  97. Roberto H. Esposto, Rodolfo Günter Kusch y Abel Posse: Convergencia y Diálogo.
    Based on the assessment made by Mario Vargas Llosa of Latin American literature, this article is to describe the confluence of thought in the production kuscheano literary essays and Abel Posse, Argentine novelist and intellectual. This convergence is expressed in a convergence of intentionality in a decolonizing intellectual project whose aim is to think America from America. The other aspect that this paper is to explore how the literary production of Abel Posse is a dramatization and dialogue with philosophy kuscheana.
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  98. Cristina Neesham, Charmine Hartel, Ken Coghill & James Sarros, For-Profit Activity and Human Value: Are They Compatible, and What Can Business Do About It?
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  99. Ian Hunter, Global Justice and Regional Metaphysics: On the Critical History of the Law of Nature and Nations.
    Early modern natural law and the law of nations has been criticised for the Eurocentric character of its conception of law and justice, which has been in turn linked to its role in providing an ideological justification for European imperialism and colonialism. In questioning this account, the present chapter begins by noting that this historical critique presumes that a non-Eurocentric conception of law and justice was in principle available to the early moderns, which they culpably ignored for ideological reasons. If (...)
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