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- "To Be Dead is an Unthinkable Anomaly" Reversed Necropolitics and the Death Imaginary.Marina Christodoulou - 2017 - Lo Sguardo Rivista di Filosofia 23:127-137.The concept or the theory of Death in the thought of Jean Baudrillard is not given the particular attention it needs. When one speaks of the thought of Baudrillard, one rarely will mention ‘death’ as one of the keywords of his corpus. I think, though, that it deserves such a key place, for three reasons. Firstly, because the theme of Death is a gargantuan concept in the history of Philosophy and it even emerges with the definition of Philosophy itself, since, (...)No categories
- Monitoring Teachers' Complex Thinking While Engaging in Philosophical Inquiry with Web 2.0.Stylianou-Georgiou Agni, Petrou Alexios & Ioannou Andri - unknownThe purpose of this study was to examine how we can exploit new technologies to scaffold and monitor the development of teachers' complex thinking while engaging in philosophical inquiry. We set up an online learning environment using wiki and forum technologies and we organized the activity in four major steps to scaffold complex thinking for the teacher participants. In this article, we present the evolution of complex thinking of one group of teachers by studying their interactions in depth.No categories