Results for 'Keijo Räsänen'

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    Bourdieu and Nietzsche: Taste as a Struggle Keijo Rahkonen.Pierre Bourdieu’S. Taste - 2011 - In Simon Susen & Bryan S. Turner (eds.), The Legacy of Pierre Bourdieu: Critical Essays. Anthem Press.
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    Moody Habitus: Bourdieu with Existential Feelings.Keijo Räsänen & Ilkka Kauppinen - 2020 - Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 50 (3):282-300.
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    Paths of Corporate Change and the Metaphor of ‘Sectoral Roots’: The Case of Finnish Corporations, 1973–1985.Keijo Räsänen - 1993 - World Futures 37 (2):111-127.
    (1993). Paths of corporate change and the metaphor of ‘sectoral roots’: The case of finnish corporations, 1973–1985. World Futures: Vol. 37, The Evolution of Socio-Economic Systems, pp. 111-127.
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    Decidability and Complexity of Event Detection Problems for ODEs.Keijo Ruohonen - 1997 - Complexity 2 (6):41-53.
    The ability of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) to simulate discrete machines with a universal computing power indicates a new source of difficulties for event detection problems. Indeed, nearly any kind of event detection is algorithmi- cally undecidable for infinite or finite half-open time intervals, and explicitly given “well-behaved” ODEs (see [18]). Practical event detection, however, usually takes place on finite closed time intervals. In this paper the undecidability of general event detection is extended to such intervals. On the other hand, (...)
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    Meaningful Academic Work as Praxis in Emergence.Keijo Räsänen - 2008 - Journal of Research Practice 4 (1):Article P1.
    The managerial form of university governance has changed the conditions of academic work in many countries. While some academics consider this a welcome development, others experience it as a threat to their autonomy and to the meaningfulness of their work. This essay suggests a stance in response to the current conditions that should serve especially the latter group of academics. The claim is that by approaching academic work as a potential praxis in emergence, it is possible to appreciate local, autonomous (...)
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