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- Conceptual Frameworks and Terminology in Doctoral Nursing Research.Wendy Durham, Chris Sykes, Stewart Piper & Peter Stokes - unknownAim To define conceptual frameworks and their inherent dichotomies, and integrate them with concomitant concepts to help early nursing doctoral researchers to develop their understanding of and engage with discourse further, so that nursing can demonstrate its ability to contribute to the meta-theoretical debate of doctoral research alongside other practices and theory-based disciplines. Background Conceptual frameworks are central to nursing doctoral studies as they map and contextualise the philosophical assumptions of the research in relation to paradigms and ontological, epistemological and (...)
- Edith Stein’s Critique of Martin Heidegger: Background, Reasons and Scope.Lidia Ripamonti - unknownThis thesis is a critical assessment of Edith Stein’s critique of Martin Heidegger, which is focused on the definition of the human being. I explore Stein’s ontology of the person from the point of view of her examination of Heidegger’s existential ‘Dasein’ and the way she reaches a very different answer to the same question that Heidegger posed, the question of the meaning of being. To this end I examine key passages of Stein’s most important ontological work Finite and Eternal (...)
- Self Evaluation: A Specific Session.Lesley Kay - unknownNo categories
- The Queer Ethics of Monstrosity.Patricia MacCormack - unknown
- Mucous, Monsters And Angels: Irigaray And Zulawski’s Possession.Patricia Maccormack - 2010 - Cinema:95-110.This article will offer an analysis of Andrej Zulawski’s Possession (1981) with the work of Luce Irigaray to suggest female desire both is and can create monsters. Through the parabolic configuration and ultimate collapse of the transcendental mystical with the carnal, mucosal monsters can be understood as angels enveloping and unfurling configurations of pleasure beyond phallologocentrism. Extending this exploration I will suggests spectatorship as mucosal, and the screen as angelic-monstrous, which through shifting from signifying to mystifying, forms with the spectator (...)
- Posthuman Ethics.Patricia MacCormack - unknownPosthuman theory asks in various ways what it means to be human in a time when philosophy has become suspicious of claims about human subjectivity. Those subjects who were historically considered aberrant, and our future lives becoming increasingly hybrid show we have always been and are continuously transforming into posthumans. What are the ethical considerations of thinking the posthuman? Posthuman Ethics asks not what the posthuman is, but how posthuman theory creates new, imaginative ways of understanding relations between lives. Ethics (...)
- Sharing Wisdom From the East: Lessons From the King’s Sufficiency Economy in Thailand.Apichai Puntasen & Bronwen A. Rees - unknownBronwen Rees interviews Professor Apichai Puntasen about the attempts to introduce the King’s ideas of Sufficiency Economy into Thailand. The core of this philosophy is developing compassion and co-operation rather than competition.No categories
- Pathways for Sustainable Education: From Hierarchy to Holarchy.Linda Nowakowski & Bronwen A. Rees - unknownThe authors show how networked community-based organisations build in their own educational pathways, which at the same time meet the requirements for sustainability and Sufficiency Economy as recommended by the UN. They liken this to a movement from hierarchic to ‘holarchic’ structures and recommend how this may be adopted in management education.
- Reflections on Pluralism in Economics.Ioana Negru - unknownPluralism is one of the most problematic concepts in the social sciences. Despite a bourgeoning debate on the nature of pluralism and its relevance for economics, consideration of pluralism within economics has a short history. This paper identifies the key stages in the development of the pluralism debate within economics. This paper identifies developments in the philosophy of science, the disarray in economic methodology, the consequent pleas for tolerance in economics, and the wider orthodoxy-heterodoxy debate as key factors in shaping (...)
- A Snapshot of Strategy Research 2002-2006.Andy Adcroft & Robert Willis - unknownPurpose: The aim of this paper is to assess both the philosophical underpinnings and contributions to knowledge made by research in the field of strategy in the five years between 2002 and 2006. Design/methodology/approach: The paper begins with a review of the literature on the philosophy, purpose, process and outcome of management research which leads to the development of a conceptual model. Following this, almost 4,000 articles from 23 journals are assessed on the basis of their philosophical underpinnings and contribution (...)
- Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema.Ian Buchanan & Patricia MacCormack - unknownTable of Contents. Introduction: Five Theses of Actually Existing Schizoanalysis of Cinema, Ian Buchanan (Cardiff University, UK) 1. Schizoanalysis and the Phenomenology of Cinema, Joe Hughes (University of Edinburgh, UK) 2. Schizoanalysis and the Cinema of the Brain, Gregg Lambert (Syracuse University, USA) 3. Losing Face, Gregory Flaxman (University of North Carolina, USA) and Elena Oxman (University of North Carolina, USA) 4. Disorientation, Duration and Tarkovsky, Mark Riley (Roehampton University, UK) 5. Suspended Gestures: Schizoanalysis, Affect and the Face in Cinema, (...)
- Becoming-Vulva: Flesh Fold Infinity.Patricia MacCormack - unknownNo categories
- Cinesexuality.Patricia MacCormack - unknownCinesexuality explores the queerness of cinema spectatorship, arguing that cinema spectatorship represents a unique encounter of desire, pleasure and perversion beyond dialectics of subject/object and image/meaning; an extraordinary 'cinesexual' relationship, that encompasses each event of cinema spectatorship in excess of gender, hetero- or homosexuality, encouraging all spectators to challenge traditional notions of what elicits pleasure and constitutes desiring subjectivity. Through a variety of cinematic examples, including abstract film, extreme films and films which present perverse sexuality and corporeal reconfiguration, Cinesexuality encourages (...)