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  1. Jane Tynan & Christopher New (2009). Creativity and Conflict: How Theory and Practice Shape Student Identities in Design Education. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 8 (3):295-308.
    By exploring the role of student identities in shaping attitudes to learning, this study asks how design students draw on experience to work across theory and practice. It explores how a specific group of design undergraduate students in a UK university perform on two distinct learning experiences on their course: work placement and dissertation. In particular, it considers the context for learning: the value placed on practice and scholarship; the role of social identity; links between art and design education. Using (...)
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  2. Christopher New (2001). (New York and London: Routledge, 1999), 151 Pp. [REVIEW] Croatian Journal of Philosophy 1 (1-3):184.
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  3. Christopher New (1999). Philosophy of Literature: An Introduction. Routledge.
    Literature, like the visual arts, poses its own philosophical problems. While literary theorists have discussed the nature of literature intensively, analytic philosophers have usually dealt with literary problems either within the general framework of aesthetics or else in a way that is accessible only to a philosophical audience. The present book is unique in that it introduces the philosophy of literature from an analytic perspective accessible to both students of literature and students of philosophy. Specifically, the book addresses: the definition (...)
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  4. Christopher New (1997). A Note on Truth in Fiction. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 55 (4):421-423.
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  5. Christopher New (1996). Walton on Imagination, Belief and Fiction. British Journal of Aesthetics 36 (2):159-165.
  6. Christopher New (1995). Punishing Times: Reply to Smilansky. Analysis 55 (1):60 - 62.
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  7. Christopher New (1993). Antitheism: A Reflection. Ratio 6 (1):36-43.
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  8. Christopher New (1992). Time and Punishment. Analysis 52 (1):35 - 40.
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  9. Christopher New (1988). Permissions And Illocutionary Act Taxonomy. Analysis 48 (October):209-216.
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  10. Christopher New (1979). Scruton on the Aesthetic Attitude. British Journal of Aesthetics 19 (4):320-330.
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  11. Christopher New (1978). A Note on the Paradox of the Preface. Philosophical Quarterly 28 (113):341-344.
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  12. Christopher G. New (1978). Book Reviews. [REVIEW] Philosophical Quarterly 28 (113):345.
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  13. Christopher New (1977). Implicit Bargaining and Moral Beliefs. Analysis 37 (3):130 - 133.
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  14. Christopher New (1976). Look, No Eyes. Analysis 36 (March):137-141.
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  15. Christopher New (1974). Saints, Heroes and Utilitarians. Philosophy 49 (188):179 - 189.
    When a normative moral theory collides with our beliefs, we must change either our beliefs or our theory. It is not always clear which we should change; but it is clear that we must change something. I shall consider two collisions between utilitarianism and what we believe, or are supposed to believe. About the first collision, I am going to say that the belief is false and that therefore there is no call to change utilitarianism. About the second, I am (...)
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  16. Christopher New & Alonso Church (1968). 'Someone' Renewed. Analysis 28 (3):109.
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