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    Ora Gruengard (2008). Dialectics in Everyday Life. Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 4:59-66.
    Wittgenstein, in his first period, where he adopted a theory of meaning as representation, can be thought to consider language and reality as separated entities. However, in the second period, where the use theory of meaning is put forward, he can be thought to conceive language as something dependent on the human agencies that employ it, as something into which actions are interwoven. So, in his later work, Wittgenstein can be said to consider language as a unit together with reality (...)
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    Ora Gruengard (1998). Introverted, Extroverted, and Perverted Controversy: Jung Against Freud. Science in Context 11 (2):255.
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    Todd F. Eklof, Morten Fastvold, James B. Gould, Ora Gruengard, Amy Hannon, Grigoris Mouladoudis, Robert J. Parmach, Bernard Roy, Christopher Schreiner & Reinhard Zaiser (2005). Contributors for Volume 1.3. Philosophical Practice 1 (3).
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  4. Marcelo Dascal & Ora Gruengard (eds.) (1989). Knowledge and Politics: Case Studies in the Relationship Between Epistemology and Political Philosophy. Westview Press.
  5. Riella Morhayim, Natasa Radovanovic, Silvia Bakirdjian, Luisa Sesino, Heidi Salaverría, Lydia Amir, Ora Gruengard, Roxana Kreimer, Marianne Vahl, Camilla Angeltun, Rayda Guzmán González, Narelle Arcidiacono, Marie-France Lebouc, M. G. Piety, Dena Hurst, Marleen Moors, Kate Mehuron & Helen Douglas (2015). Women in Philosophical Counseling: The Anima of Thought in Action. Lexington Books.
    This multi-faceted collection of women's perspectives on the renaissance in philosophical practices provides an international overview on the professional practice of philosophical counseling as rooted in the ancient philosophical discipline of life and its essential difference from modern mainstream philosophy.
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