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  1. First Love: A Phenomenology of the One.S. Jottkandt - 2010 - Melbourne, Australia: Re.Press.
    First Love: A Phenomenology of the One explodes two great myths that remain unquestioned in psychoanalysis and contemporary philosophy: that first love is a love of the mother and, in French philosopher Alain Badiou’s phrasing, ‘the One is not.’ The bold, central argument of the book claims that, with its unprejudiced acceptance of first love as mother love, psychoanalysis is at risk of missing the full potential of its own thought: the existence of an uncounted One as named and held (...)
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  2. An Empirical and Normative Critique of "Off-Label" Prescribing as a Category of Medicines Use.Ghinea Narcyz - 2017 - Dissertation, UNSW Sydney
    Background and Aim: Off-label prescribing involves the use of medicines in a manner that has not been endorsed by regulatory authorities. The ethical, epistemic and clinical implications of off-label prescribing have been brought into sharp focus due to its ubiquity, and a series of high profile legal settlements between the US Department of Justice and pharmaceutical companies for purposefully marketing medicines off-label. The objective of this research was to contribute to the debate about off-label drug prescribing by exploring it as (...)
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  3. Mourning Crows: Grief and Extinction in a Shared World.T. Van Dooren - unknown
    The Routledge Handbook of Human-Animal Studies presents a collection of original essays from artists and scholars who have established themselves internationally on the basis of specific and significant new contributions to human-animal studies. It offers a broad interpretive account of the development and present configurations of the field of human-animal studies across many cultures, continents, and times.
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  4. Nonsense, Ordinary Language Philosophy and Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman.J. Attridge - 2014 - .
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  5. Early Modern Mathematical Principles and Symmetry Arguments.James Franklin - 2017 - In The Idea of Principles in Early Modern Thought Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York, USA: Routledge. pp. 16-44.
    The leaders of the Scientific Revolution were not Baconian in temperament, in trying to build up theories from data. Their project was that same as in Aristotle's Posterior Analytics: they hoped to find necessary principles that would show why the observations must be as they are. Their use of mathematics to do so expanded the Aristotelian project beyond the qualitative methods used by Aristotle and the scholastics. In many cases they succeeded.
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  6. The "Internet of Actual Occasions" : Juncture.A. K. Murphie - unknown
    Juncture : The “Internet of Actual Occasions” Proposition 1: Following on from the emerging Internet of things, someone recently proposed an “Internet of nano-things”. Is this going too far? Maybe this isn’t going far enough. Or maybe this is the wrong question. Now that we can, in very different ways—via technics, via micropolitics, via metaphysics—seem to get near to the very basis of events, what can/should we do? This proposition concerns that which has until now been known, and thought, as (...)
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  7. Advancing the Relational Research Program.S. Eacott - 2016 - .
    As a field of study educational administration has a reputation for talking past one another. In this paper, I endeavour to pick up on some matters raised across the special issue with the explicit intent of advancing the relational research program. Due to the limitations on article length, but also the depth of some of the queries raised, I am unable to attend to all matters raised. I will be thinking through all matters and these will be presented in other (...)
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  8. Methodological Notes on the Study of Educational Leadership Relationally.S. Eacott - 2016 - .
    The social sciences are paying increasing attention to relations. In contributing to this ongoing dialogue and debate Educational Leadership Relationally articulates a relational research program for the study of educational administration and leadership. This paper provides an overview of the relational program with particular attention to the five central tenets of the methodology. Key aspects of the relational program concern the complicity of the researcher with the ordinary language of the everyday, problematizing the research object, locating activity in spatio-temporal conditions, (...)
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  9. It's Our Country Indigenous Arguments for Meaningful Constitutional Recognition and Reform.M. Davis & M. Langton - unknown
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  10. Lively Ethography: Storying Animist Worlds.T. Van Dooren & D. B. Rose - 2016 - .
    This article is an effort to dwell with the kinds of writing and thinking practices that we have been developing in our research, especially over the past seven years. This is an approach grounded in an attentiveness to the evolving ways of life of diverse forms of human and nonhuman life and in an effort to explore and perhaps restory the relationships that constitute and nourish them. Our aim is to develop “lively ethographies”: a mode of knowing, engaging, and storytelling (...)
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  11. Multispecies Studies: Cultivating Arts of Attentiveness.T. Van Dooren, E. Kirksey & U. Münster - 2016 - .
    Scholars in the humanities and social sciences are experimenting with novel ways of engaging with worlds around us. Passionate immersion in the lives of fungi, microorganisms, animals, and plants is opening up new understandings, relationships, and accountabilities. This introduction to the special issue offers an overview of the emerging field of multispecies studies. Unsettling given notions of species, it explores a broad terrain of possible modes of classifying, categorizing, and paying attention to the diverse ways of life that constitute worlds. (...)
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  12. Counter-Memorial Aesthetics: Refugee Histories and the Politics of Contemporary Art.V. Tello - unknown
    Focusing on the work of such artists as Tania Bruguera, Isaac Julien, Rosemary Laing, Dierk Schmidt, Hito Steyerl, Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Veronica Tello argues that their practices represent an emergent paradigm of contemporary...
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  13. Deleuze and the Non/Human Turn: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz.J. D. Roffe & H. Stark - unknown
    Accordingly, the contributors to the volume are drawn from across the academy. Deleuze's philosophy already anticipated many of the current debates about the non/human.
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  14. Introduction: Deleuze and the Non/Human.J. D. Roffe & H. Stark - unknown
    Accordingly, the contributors to the volume are drawn from across the academy. Deleuze's philosophy already anticipated many of the current debates about the non/human.
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  15. Number.J. D. Roffe - unknown
    Alain Badiou's philosophical project is a genuine system in the traditional sense.
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  16. Objectal Human: On The Place of Psychic Systems in Difference and Repetition.J. D. Roffe - unknown
    Accordingly, the contributors to the volume are drawn from across the academy. Deleuze's philosophy already anticipated many of the current debates about the non/human.
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  17. Selected Theory Models and Their Application to Educational Theory.Field Cec - unknown
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  18. Operative Contradiction and the Decription of 'Woman'.Deutscher Penelope Lisa - unknown
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  19. 9/11 and Islam: Terrorism, State Violence and Dialogue.Patra Tapas - 2017 - Dissertation, UNSW Sydney
    This thesis critically explores the dominant discourse on Islamic terrorism. Taking the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Centre as the point of departure, it examines a range of neoconservative literature in order to gain a better understanding of the historical and political conditions that gave rise to the present policy impasse concerning Islamic nations. It critically examines how neoconservative theories and policies shaped and influenced the rationalisation behind the present war on terror and American foreign policy. Based on that (...)
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  20. Experiments in Proximity: On the ‘Bodiliness’ of Vision and Relational Modes of Interactivity.Tonkin John - unknown
    This practice-based research project is an exploration of two things: first of the ‘bodiliness’ of vision – around the relationship between the eye, the mind and the body – and second, of relational modes of interactivity within new media art. The presence and movement of the body is central to both of these concerns, as are the notions of relation and interplay between a body and its surroundings; the perceptual interplay between a person and their environment and the emergent interplay (...)
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  21. Practical Contextualism in Chinese Philosophy.Yang Yuzhou - unknown
    ‘Practical Contextualism’ is a multifaceted concept which, I will argue, permeates various ancient Chinese texts. The central focus of practical contextualism is to be aware of, and sensitive to, the contextual environment or situation, including the relationships involved in those contexts. On an individual level, this has important implications for one’s daily engagement with others and the world. On a socio-political level, this is essential to creating and implementing well-functioning social and political institutions and policies. Practical contextualism means, among other (...)
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  22. Language Design and Evolutionary Explanation.Levot Michael - unknown
    The perennial question concerning the origins of language goes “Why is there language now when there wasn’t any before?” A bolder ambition, only recently formulable, is to understand why it’s this kind of language that exists. The design question now seems within reach owing to the last sixty-odd years of research in generative syntax which has laid bare some of the basic structuring principles of human language. The speculative face of contemporary generative linguistics—sometimes called biolinguistics—assumes an innate biological endowment, unique (...)
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  23. Visual Art and Global Inequality.Moore Aaron - unknown
    This thesis investigates the role of contemporary art in a world of extreme global inequality. It proposes that visual art can address issues of global inequality firstly through a practice of redistributing wealth and secondly through the means of awareness and advocacy. The research comprises various examples of art practice addressing global inequality including: a performance in which I sell everything I own and give it to the poor as an expression of philosophical and theological moral teachings on the subject; (...)
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  24. The Epistemology of Leadership: Understanding the Philosophical Influences on the Soldier Statesmans Leadership Approach.Forsyth Guy - unknown
    Although leadership has been extensively researched in relation to the emergence and effectiveness of leaders, there is a deficiency in our understanding of how a persons leadership approach develops. Research has demonstrated that genetics and environment play a limited role in predicting leadership effectiveness or emergence with only some environmental factors correlating to the type of leadership approach that emerges. This dissertation addresses this shortcoming by investigating the role that societal, political, ethical and spiritual environmental factors play in the development (...)
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  25. Towards a New Computational Model of Mind and Theory of the Cerebral Neocortex: Will Valentino Help SAM to Find a Mind Like Ours for TARSAN?Aitken Ashley - unknown
    Building machines like us, machines with minds like ours, has been a goal of Artificial Intelligence since its inception. Unfortunately, the greater part of research in traditional AI has ignored work in neuroscience and the philosophy of mind. At the same time, traditional AI systems have generally been brittle, difficult to engineer and, most importantly, have lacked the same nature and essential properties as human cognitive systems. The objectives of this research are: 1) to justify and motivate research in computational (...)
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  26. Evolution and Moral Ecology.Dean Timothy - 2014 - Dissertation, The University of New South Wales
    Moral diversity is often dismissed as being something to explain away en route to discovering the correct answers to moral questions, particularly by those who adopt a realist metaethical perspective. In this thesis I argue that moral diversity is actually far more interesting than this perspective might suggest, and that understanding the causes and dynamics of moral diversity can tell us something about the nature of morality itself. I draw on the tools of evolutionary biology, game theory and moral psychology (...)
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  27. Music and Human Existence.Siu Rhonda Claire - unknown
    This thesis investigates the proposition that music plays a crucial role in human existence. More so than the other creative arts, music has been overlooked as a proper subject of philosophical investigation. Philosophy’s hesitation before music can be mainly attributed to the significant challenge posed by music’s seemingly indefinable nature or what Theodor Adorno terms its “enigma”. Unlike the analytic philosophy of music, which tends to view music as an abstract object of knowledge, my thesis investigates music’s remarkable ability to (...)
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  28. Escaping Architecture: Deleuze and the Reinvention of Experimental Practice.Hale Michael - unknown
    The danger with architectural appropriations of Deleuzian concepts is not only that of being too literal or superficial, but also too limited in scope. This work will argue that Deleuze’s thought has a lot more to offer the field of architectural practice and can be used as a catalyst to resist and transform the striating and stagnating forces that dominate contemporary architectural thinking, practice and production. Deleuze’s rich conceptual matrix is underpinned by a combination of an affirmative creative experimental ethos (...)
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  29. Disappear Here.Baker Tanya - unknown
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  30. Agamben's Exception: Sovereignty, Ontology and the Politics of Crisis.McLoughlin Daniel Paul - unknown
    This thesis develops an account of Giorgio Agamben's political ontology of sovereignty and his diagnosis of the dissolution of the Twentieth Century state, which he outlines in Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life and State of Exception. I read these aspects of Agamben's thought in light of his early work on language, and an analysis of the political theoretical strategy guiding his engagement with the political tradition. The first half of the thesis examines the ontological grounds of Agamben's political (...)
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  31. The Experimental Aesthetics of Musical Taste: The LeBlanc Model, Arousal, Complexity, and Prototypicality.Pursell Finn - unknown
    This thesis is a review of some of the published literature on the determinants of music preference, and an exploration of the nature of music preference among a sample of university students in Sydney, Australia. The review initially gives the reader a picture of a cross-section of the literature, followed by a focus on complexity as the single most important determinant of music preference. It is concluded that although complexity may be a relevant factor in shaping preferences, considered alone, it (...)
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  32. Social Policy in Australia: What Future for the Welfare State? Proceedings of National Social Policy Conference, Sydney, 5-7 July 1989, Volume 3: Concurrent Sessions, Ideology, Philosophy and Political Environment of Social Policy. [REVIEW]Jamrozik Adam - unknown
    This report contains papers presented to the National Social Policy Conference held at the University of New South Wales from 5-7 July 1989. The overall theme of the Conference was, 'Social Policy in Australia: What Future for the Welfare State?' The Conference was structured around the following five specific themes: i) The Ideology, Philosophy and Political Environment of Social Policy ii) The Economic Environment of Social Policy iii) Income Maintenance and Income Security iv) Community Resources and Services v) From Policy (...)
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  33. Xin in the Xunzi.Sung Hiu Chuk Winnie - unknown
    This thesis examines the theories of action, decision-making and human nature in the Xunzi, an ancient Chinese text from the Warring States period. It focuses in particular on Xunzi’s concept xin. The discussion begins with a challenge to a widely-accepted but often unsupported assumption in the literature that human desires are sometimes set in tension against the heart/mind As a corollary of this view, it is also often suggested that yu is associated with a lack of morality, while xin is (...)
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  34. Time and the Digital: Whitehead, Deleuze and the Temporality of Digital Aesthetics.Barker Timothy Scott - unknown
    The aesthetics of digital art seem to be inextricable from time and process. Surprisingly though, interaction with digital systems has traditionally been marked by spatial concepts and metaphors, positioning the aesthetics of interaction as a convergence of spaces where data and agents 'meet'. This preoccupation with space has placed restrictions on aesthetic theories that seek to represent interaction with digital systems. Within this dissertation, I argue that questions of time and the more specific questions of the temporal and 'temporalising' nature (...)
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  35. Kaleidoscopic Natural Theology: The Dynamics of Natural Theological Discourse in Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth-Century England.Johnson Larissa Kate - unknown
    In the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, there was a close connection between natural philosophy and theology. However, this connection was neither essential nor intrinsic, but was open to discussion and negotiation, and natural theology played an important role in these negotiations. While there is already a great deal of literature concerned with natural theology from two distinct academic disciplines—history of science and history of religion—neither set of literature has adequately grasped the nature of the tradition, leading to conflicting claims (...)
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  36. Aesthetic Authonomy and Interdisciplinarity: A Response to Nicolas Bourriaud's 'Relational Aesthetics'.Ross Toni Christine - 2006 - .
    Nicolas Bourriaud's concept of 'relational aesthetics' has proved an influential framework for understanding discipline cross overs in art of the 1990s. This paper traces precedents in aesthetic philosophy, both Kantian and Marxist that inform Bourriaud's account of the relational aesthetic of contemporary art. In the process it registers a number of points of disagreement with the liberal view of democratic social bonds, and the links between aesthetics, ethics and politics that Borriaud propounds. The critical terms of my response to relational (...)
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  37. The Stakes Involved in Emancipatory Acts.Roberts Jamie Quasar - unknown
    The thesis develops a comprehensive account of human political ontology through the discussion of Plato, Rousseau, Lacan, Lyotard, Hugo, Conrad, Tolstoy and Nietzsche. At the heart of this account lies the dialectical struggle between an individual's need to belong and their fidelity to an intuitively recognisable, yet difficult to define good, that has, over the millennia, been conceptualised as, amongst other things, the form of the good, self interest, compassion, love, friendship, the event, conscience, reason and truth. Through the development (...)
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  38. Science and Sentience: The Case for Phenomenal Representationalism.Thompson Trevor John - unknown
    This thesis examines the epistemological and metaphysical aspects of consciousness or sentience, and how they relate to standards of scientific practice. Historically, orthodox science has denied that there are any real problems of sentience because there is no scientific evidence to support claims regarding its nature and existence. In recent years, however, new approaches to sentience have entered into scientific debate that can be classified by metaphysical frameworks that vary in their conceptions of scientific evidence. In this thesis, four such (...)
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  39. Marriage in Jane Eyre: From Contract to Conversation.Phillips James - 2008 - .
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  40. Social Justice After Kant: Between Constructivism and Deconstruction.Miriam Ann Bankovsky - unknown
    This thesis examines the relation between two contrasting approaches to justice: the constructive and reconstructive projects of Rawls and Habermas on the one hand, and the deconstructive projects of Levinas and Derrida on the other. First, I identify the central difference between the two projects, reconstructing each account of justice as it develops in relation to Kant’s practical philosophy. I then argue that the two projects are complementary. [New Paragraph] Whilst Rawls and Habermas emphasise the possibility of objectively realising Kant’s (...)
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  41. Meaning, Agency, and Corporeal Identity: "Simultaneity" as a Condition of Butler's Performativity and Merleau-Ponty's Bodily Interntionality.Gearside Anne Louise - unknown
    This thesis examines Judith Butler's account of performative agency in relation to its critics, in particular, the question of whether Butler's thesis disavows materiality and thereby agency. These questions are answered by reading Butler's work through the work of Merleau-Ponty, in particular, by comparing Butler's account of performative agency to Merleau-Ponty's account of bodily intentionality. It is argued that a common ground underlies these featured concepts. I identify this common ground through the institution of the concept "simultaneity" to express a (...)
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  42. Origins and Destinations: Representation in the Theatre of Romeo Castellucci.Lyandvert Max - unknown
    This thesis: Origins and Destinations: Representation in the theatre of Romeo Castellucci, investigates the working methodology of the Italian theatre director, Romeo Castellucci and his company, Societas Raffaello Sanzio. It provides an account of Societas Raffaello Sanzio’s history, working methods, a detailed reading of the thematic and philosophical landscape in their works especially Genesi: from the museum of sleep, and the cycle: Tragedia Endogonidia, and a discussion on the company’s artistic process towards the formation of its compositions and performances. This (...)
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  43. The Logos of Land: Economic and Proprietarian Conceptions of Statutory Access Rights.Grattan Donald Scott - unknown
    Legislation in various jurisdictions alters the common law right to control access to one’s land by allowing the imposition of rights of access in favour of one landowner over the land of another. The relevant legislation can be divided into two categories. The first-generation legislation and s 180, Property Law Act 1974 ) permits the creation of easements over servient land to facilitate the development of dominant land. The second-generation legislation permits the creation of temporary rights of access over servient (...)
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  44. The Ambivalence of Recognition.H. A. Ikaheimo, K. Lepold, T. Stahl, A. Allen, J. Butler, R. Celicates, J. P. Deranty, A. Honneth, L. McNay & D. Owen (eds.) - forthcoming - Columbia University Press.
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  45. The Pedagogy of John Bosco, 1815-1888.John Frederick Morrison - unknown
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  46. Sir John F.W. Herschel and Scientific Thought in Early Nineteenth Century Britain.Panter John Raspin - unknown
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  47. Splitting the Difference: Aesthetic Relations in Henry James and Leo Bersani.S. Jottkandt - 2011 - .
    As an alternative to psychoanalysis’s aggressive subject/object relation, Leo Bersani proposes a more modulated, aesthetic subjectivity. This essay explores Bersani’s concept of aesthetic relations through impressionism’s and realism’s competing demands on the artistic object in Henry James’s “Flickerbridge.” I suggest this 1902 short story can be productively read as a theory of the perspectival shift James was exploring in his experiments with literary impressionism in that period.
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  48. Portrait of an Act: Aesthetics and Ethics in The Portrait of a Lady.S. Jottkandt - 2004 - .
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  49. Effectively Equivalent: Walter Pater, “Sebastian van Storck,” and the Ethics of Metaphor.S. Jottkandt - 2005 - .
    Walter Pater’s theoretical ‘come-back’ over the past forty years or so has been dominated by the competing claims of the new historicism and deconstruction, both of which discover prescient forerunners of their own, seemingly mutually exclusive, theoretical concerns in Pater’s aesthetic criticism and historical novel, Marius the Epicurean. Yet despite their obvious differences, both critical approaches share one thing in common: the same post-humanist denigration of the trope of metaphor in favor of the seemingly more ethically responsive, because inclusive, trope (...)
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  50. The Spirit of Engagement: A Holistic Approach to Art Museum Education.Nico Roenpagel - unknown
    This interdisciplinary, qualitative study is the first to map the role of spirituality in contemporary art museum education from the educator’s perspective. The thesis makes an original contribution to a spiritual approach to art museum education by acknowledging an interplay between worldview, core values, educational goals, learning theory, and educational practice. Based on a holistic worldview of the profound interconnectedness of all life, spirituality is proposed as a nonreligious and nonsectarian category concerned with an individual’s experiential journey in search of (...)
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