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  1. Jay Weinroth (1989). Heuristics and Pedagogy. AI and Society 3 (4):315-322.
    In its focus on heuristics as opposed to hierarchically structured general principles, expert systems technology suggests a pedagogic strategy with affinities to the approaches of some of the creative philosophers of East and West, and a challenge to the reliance on presentation of general principles found in academic tradition. A tutoring approach to classroom presentation may be seen to relate to the point that non-trivial general principles cannot be verbally expressed without substantial loss of meaning.
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  2. Jay Weinroth (1979). Nation and Race: Two Destructive Concepts. World Futures 16 (1):67-86.
  3. Jay Weinroth (1978). Freedom, Meaning and Psychotherapy. Journal of Social Philosophy 9 (2):14-17.
  4. Jay Weinroth (1972). Democracy. Social Theory and Practice 2 (2):257-262.
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