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- On Becoming a Practical Theologian: Past, Present and Future Tense.Graham Elaine - unknownContribution to Festschrift for Yolanda Dreyer, University of Pretoria.No categories
- Autoethnography: A Methodological Chat with Self.Egeli Cemil - unknownThere is paucity of counselling psychology literature which explores the experience of people coming from a mixed cultural background. The literature available focuses on developmental theories and cultural competencies of practitioners but all too often fails to capture the peculiarities and particularities of the mixed experience. It also has a tendency to focus on ethnic, racial and cultural labels which are not always useful or helpful for people. This paper explores autoethnography as a methodology with which to research the mixed (...)No categories
- How Can It Be? Nietzsche, the Radical Water Practice of a Looked After Child, and the Established Order of the School.Paul Moran - unknownThe death of God, announced by Nietzsche in Beyond Good and Evil, and in his earlier works, has been hailed as a revolutionary turning point, at least in philosophical terms. More importantly, the same philosophical principle, announced in 1886, symbolically, culturally, politically and intellectually has come to represent an incision that fundamentally cuts out any metaphysical justification that ‘the order of things’, including, say, the economic and social order, is necessarily so, that is to say has been metaphysically given, as (...)No categories
- Out of Time: The Deaths and Resurrections of Doctor Who.Alec Charles - unknownDoctor Who is one of television's most enduring and ubiquitously popular series. This study contends that the success of the show lies in its ability, over more than half a century, to develop its core concepts and perspectives: alienation, scientific rationalism and moral idealism. The most extraordinary aspect of this eccentric series rests in its capacity to regenerate its central character and, with him, the generic, dramatic and emotional parameters of the programme. Out of Time explores the ways in which (...)
- Introduction to Soulless Matter, Seats of Energy: Metals, Gems and Minerals in South Asian Traditions.Fabrizio M. Ferrari & Thomas W. P. Dähnhardt - unknownNo categories
- Agriculture, Floriculture and Botanical Knowledge in a Middle Bengali Text.Fabrizio M. Ferrari - unknownThis chapter offers an overview of botanical lore in Śūnyapurāṇ, a heterogeneous Bengali liturgical work attributed to Rāmāi Paṇḍit. The text celebrates the god Dharmarāj, or Dharma Ṭhākur, through a lengthy cosmogonic narrative and various ritual tracts that define the practice of Dharmapūjā. After a brief introduction about the text, its authorship and date, I will discuss the use of flowers and rice in the worship of Dharmarāj in three sections: the plucking of flowers ; the birth of paddy, which (...)No categories
- Is Ender a Mormon?James D. Holt - unknown
- Drawing as Situated Knowing.Tom McGuirk - unknown
- Drawing: Embodied and Situated Knowing.Tom McGuirk - unknown"An anthology is always the result of many individual efforts and so it is with this volume. This book is however also the result of a collective effort, both in terms of the publication itself and the research on which it is based. A prerequisite for any kind of research is a community of peers who meet in an open forum where ideas are tested, knowledge shared and diversity celebrated. Study Circle 7, from which this research emerges, provided such a (...)
- The Unquiet Frontier: The Boundaries of Philosophy and Public Theology.Elaine L. Graham - unknownTaking Charles Taylor's characterisation of the boundary between 'a secular age' and the new visibility of religion as 'an unquiet frontier', this paper considers further some of the implications of what it means to occupy the liminal space between the Scylla of secularisation and the Charibdis of religious resurgence, often known as the 'post-secular'. Some advocates of the return of religion focus on its philosophical manifestations, whereas a concentration on religious practices offers, potentially, more traction on the benefits and problems (...)
- The Place and Status of Knowledge in Work Based Learning.David Major - unknownThis paper seeks to examine some of the epistemological issues which relate to the debate concerning the justification of Work Based Learning in the HE curriculum. It will take account of post-modern perspectives on the theory of knowledge and of the so-called knowledge revolution and the impact these have had on the University. The perceived divide between academic and vocational knowledge, universal and local knowledge, and Mode 1 and Mode 2 knowledge will be discussed, and it will be argued that (...)
- Philosophy, Qualitative Methodology and Sports Coaching Research: An Unlikely Trinity?Dean Garratt - unknown
- Citizenship Education and Philosophical Enquiry: Putting Thinking Back Into Practice.Dean Garratt & Heather Piper - unknown
- An Analysis of Nicolas Berdyaev's Philosophy of Spirit.John H. Tyers - unknownThis dissertation is about the philosophy of religion. Its purpose is to find a basis for the articulation of the reality of spirit. It considers Berdyaev's philosophy of spirit, aiming to answer four questions:- 1. How did Berdyaev come to this sense of the priority of spirit? 2. How did he verbalise the reality of spirit in his philosophy? 3. Can he help us to find ways in which we and others might grow in awareness of the spiritual realm? 4. (...)