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    The Importance of Ethical Appraisal in Social Science Research: Reviewing a Faculty of Humanities' Research Ethics Committee. [REVIEW]Katinka De Wet - 2010 - Journal of Academic Ethics 8 (4):301-314.
    Research Ethics Committees or Institutional Review Boards are rapidly becoming indispensable mechanisms in the overall workings of university institutions. In fact, the ethical dimension is an important aspect of research governance processes present in institutions of higher learning. However, it is often deemed that research in the social sciences do not require ethical appraisal or clearance, because of the alleged absence of harm in conducting such research. This is an erroneous and dangerous assumption given that research in social sciences poses (...)
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    The moral universalism-relativism debate.Katinka Quintelier, D. De Smet & D. M. T. Fessler - 2013 - Klēsis Revue Philosophique 27:211-262.
  3. Agent versus appraiser moral relativism: an exploratory study.Katinka Quintelier, D. De Smet & D. M. T. Fessler - 2014 - In Hagop Sarkissian & Jennifer Cole Wright (eds.), Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 209-.
     
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    John Chrysostom on Manichaeism.Chris L. de Wet - 2019 - HTS Theological Studies 75 (1):6.
    This article examines John Chrysostom’s (ca. 349–407 CE) statements about Manichaeism. The study enquires regarding the extent of Chrysostom’s knowledge of Manichaean beliefs and practices, and whether he possibly had contact with Manichaeans. The study is not so much interested in determining how accurately or inaccurately Chrysostom understands and characterises Manichaeism, although at some points the analysis does venture into some of these issues. In the first instance, Chrysostom’s views about Manichaean theology and, especially, Christology are delineated. Proceeding from the (...)
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    Measuring perceptions of safety climate in primary care: a cross‐sectional study.Carl de Wet, Paul Johnson, Robert Mash, Alex McConnachie & Paul Bowie - 2012 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 18 (1):135-142.
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    Boekbespreking.A. D. Pont, J. I. De Wet & P. S. Dreyer - 1968 - HTS Theological Studies 24 (3).
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    Rahab the harlot in Severian of Gabala’s De paenitentia et compunctione (de Rahab historia): Paradox, anti-Judaism and the early Christian invention of the penitent prostitute.Chris L. de Wet - 2020 - HTS Theological Studies 76 (3):7.
    This article examines the 4th-century CE interpretation of the story of Rahab the Harlot by Severian of Gabala, in his homily, De paenitentia et compunctione (CPG 4186). In this article, a close and critical reading of Severian’s references to the story of Rahab in De paenitentia et compunctione (with some comparative reference to other works of Severian, and also of John Chrysostom and Pseudo-Chrysostom) is provided. It is asked, ‘how and why could a treacherous harlot, a prostitute, who was considered (...)
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    ‘The barbarians themselves are offended by our vices’: Slavery, sexual vice and shame in Salvian of Marseilles’ De gubernatione Dei.Chris L. de Wet - 2019 - HTS Theological Studies 75 (3):8.
    The purpose of this article is to examine Salvian of Marseilles’ (ca. 400–490 CE) invective in De gubernatione Dei against his Christian audience pertaining to their sexual roles and behaviour as slaveholders. It is argued that rather than considering the oppressive practice of slavery in itself as a reason for moral rebuke and divine punishment, Salvian highlights the social shame that arose from the sexual vices Christian slaveholders committed with their slaves. Salvian forwards three accusations against his opponents that concern (...)
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    On the topology of nuclear manifolds.J. A. de Wet - 1981 - Foundations of Physics 11 (1-2):155-169.
    In earlier work, representations ofr nucleons were constructed by taking therth Kronecker product of self-representations of the complete homogeneous Lorentz groupL 0 , where these were in the form of a four-component Dirac spinor with components corresponding to the internal symmetries of spin, parity, and charge. When permutations that include every possible exchange of spin, charge, and coordinate, are factored out, the4 F coordinates of flat Minskowski space are contracted by an isometry φ such that energy levels correspond to troughs (...)
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    Renewal according to the mind of Christ as trigger for prophetic action in dealing with human waste.Friedrich W. De Wet - 2014 - HTS Theological Studies 70 (2).
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    The DNA of prophetic speech.Friedrich W. De Wet - 2014 - HTS Theological Studies 70 (2):01-08.
    Having to speak words that can potentially abuse the divine connotation of prophetic speech for giving authority to the own manipulative intent poses a daunting challenge to preachers. The metaphorical images triggered by 'DNA' and 'genetic engineering' are deployed in illustrating the ambivalent position in which a prophetic preacher finds himself or herself; ambivalence between anticipation of regeneration at the deepest level of humanity on the one hand, and disquiet about the possibility of forcing a human being against his or (...)
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  12. The ontic status of the laws of nature.Brenda De Wet - 2007 - South African Journal of Philosophy 26 (2):122-132.
    While most of us have accepted that our theories are human constructs and approximations of the truth, many of us still think of ‘natural laws ’ as things that exist ‘out there’, and that the work of science is thus the discovery or uncovering of these laws and their expression in mathematical formulae. This notion has serious implications for the science-theology debate. This article challenges the notion that ‘natural laws ’ adequately describe or prescribe nature. It argues that law statements (...)
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  14. Ampsetiek.J. I. De Wet - 1980 - HTS Theological Studies 36 (1/2).
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    Boekbesprekings.J. I. De Wet, P. S. Dreyer & J. J. P. Muller - 1967 - HTS Theological Studies 23 (2).
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    Boekbespreking.J. I. De Wet, J. A. Loader, P. S. Dreyer, J. J. Engelbrecht, J. H. Koekemoer & C. J. Viljoen - 1973 - HTS Theological Studies 29 (3).
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    Boekbespreking.J. I. De Wet, P. J. T. Koekemoer, J. H. Koekemoer, M. J. Du P. Beukes, D. J. Smith, P. S. Dreyer & A. D. Pont - 1982 - HTS Theological Studies 38 (2/3).
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    Christusprediking.J. I. De Wet - 1970 - HTS Theological Studies 26 (1/2).
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    Canon, sex and gender in Theodoret of Cyrus’s exposition of LXX Ruth.Chris L. de Wet - 2022 - HTS Theological Studies 78 (1):7.
    The purpose of this article is to examine Theodoret of Cyrus’s (ca. 393–ca. 457 CE) exposition of LXX Ruth, as found in his Questions on the Octateuch. At the centre of this analysis lies the question of what an early Christian author like Theodoret, who lives in a context where asceticism and sexual renunciation were quite popular (i.e. Christian Syria), does with a complicated text like Ruth, which contains so many explicit nuances about sex, procreation and marriage, as well as (...)
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    Contemporary Sources in Plutarch's Life of Antony.B. de Wet - 1990 - Hermes 118 (1):80-90.
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    Die Doopgetuie.J. I. De Wet - 1964 - HTS Theological Studies 20 (1).
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    Die dienskarakter van die prediking.J. I. De Wet - 1976 - HTS Theological Studies 32 (3/4).
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    Die Garismatiese beweging – inleidende opmerkings.J. I. De Wet - 1979 - HTS Theological Studies 35 (3/4).
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    Die gehalte en gestalte van Praktiese Teologie sedert die begin van die twintigste eeu.J. I. De Wet - 1966 - HTS Theological Studies 22 (4).
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    Die herlewing van 'n ou definisie van praktiese teologie.J. I. De Wet - 1978 - HTS Theological Studies 34 (3).
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    Die leer van die kerk.J. I. De Wet - 1965 - HTS Theological Studies 21 (2/3).
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    Die opleiding van predikante.J. I. De Wet - 1974 - HTS Theological Studies 30 (3/4).
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    Die Vraekompleks rondom Artikel III van die Kerkwet.J. I. De Wet & A. D. Pont - 1964 - HTS Theological Studies 19 (3/4).
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    Die Werk van die Predikant.J. I. De Wet - 1963 - HTS Theological Studies 19 (1/2).
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    Evangelisasie.J. I. De Wet - 1978 - HTS Theological Studies 34 (4).
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    Huisbesoek.J. I. De Wet - 1966 - HTS Theological Studies 22 (2/3).
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    John Chrysostom and the mission to the Goths: Rhetorical and ethical perspectives.Chris L. De Wet - 2012 - HTS Theological Studies 68 (1).
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    Kategese as ouerplig en amptelike kerkwerk.J. I. De Wet - 1969 - HTS Theological Studies 25 (3/4).
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    Naming and nurturing reality from a heart renewed by grace.Fritz W. De Wet - 2015 - HTS Theological Studies 71 (2):01-08.
    This contribution investigates the unbearable tension between the homiletical act of naming reality on the one hand, and neglecting this same reality on the other hand, thereby causing it to return to an ignored, unchallenged and degenerated state. The author focuses on tension fields that are generated when preachers embark on the activity of naming realities in their proximate contexts and how they position, withdraw or distance themselves in a certain way when problematic elements are opened up by the act (...)
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    ’n Gemeenskapsgerigte model vir die geloofsvorming van tieners in die verbondsgesin deur middel van simbole en rituele.D. C. De Wet - 2003 - HTS Theological Studies 59 (4).
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    ‘No small counsel about self-control’: Enkrateia and the virtuous body as missional performance in 2 Clement.Chris L. De Wet - 2013 - HTS Theological Studies 69 (1).
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    Nuclear structure on a Grassmann manifold.J. A. de Wet - 1987 - Foundations of Physics 17 (10):993-1018.
    Products of particlelike representations of the homogeneous Lorentz group are used to construct the degrees of spin angular momentum of a composite system of protons and neutrons. If a canonical labeling system is adopted for each state, a shell structure emerges. Furthermore the use of the Dirac ring ensures that the spin is characterized by half-angles in accord with the neutron-rotation experiment. It is possible to construct a Clebsch-Gordan decomposition to reduce a state of complex angular momentum into simpler states (...)
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    Organisatoriese Kerkverband en Avondmaalsgemeenskap.J. I. De Wet - 1962 - HTS Theological Studies 18 (3).
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    On nuclear energy levels and elementary particles.J. A. de Wet - 1982 - Foundations of Physics 12 (3):285-300.
    Considering only exchange forces, the binding energies and excited states of nuclei up to 24 Mg are predicted to within charge independence, and there is no reason why the model should not be extended to cover all of the elements. A comparison of theory with experiment shows that the energy of one exchange is 2.56 MeV. Moreover, there is an attractive well of depth 30 MeV, corresponding to the helium nucleus, before exchange forces become operative. A possible explanation of the (...)
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    Particular divine action: a challenge to intellectual integrity in a post-Christian age.Brenda de Wet - 2008 - South African Journal of Philosophy 27 (2):91-103.
    The fact that certain configurations of problems and the philosophical antinomies, paradoxes and confusions they contain regularly return in the history of the rational exposition of these problems points to more than the limitations of human reason and the inexhaustibility of the subject matter; it is indicative of a structural problem . If we agree that integrity is defined as the quality of being unimpaired based on unity or wholeness, then holding beliefs based on theories compromised by structural problems jeopardises (...)
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    Pastorale etiek.J. I. De Wet - 1969 - HTS Theological Studies 25 (1).
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    Significant event analysis: a comparative study of knowledge, process and attitudes in primary care.Carl de Wet, Nick Bradley & Paul Bowie - 2011 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 17 (6):1207-1215.
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    Systematic review of ethical issues in perinatal mental health research.Mickie de Wet, Susan Hannon, Kathleen Hannon, Anna Axelin, Susanne Uusitalo, Irena Bartels, Jessica Eustace-Cook, Ramón Escuriet & Deirdre Daly - 2023 - Nursing Ethics 30 (4):482-499.
    Background Maternal mental health during the peripartum period is critically important to the wellbeing of mothers and their infants. Numerous studies and clinical trials have focused on various aspects of interventions and treatments for perinatal mental health from the perspective of researchers and medical health professionals. However, less is known about women’s experiences of participating in perinatal mental health research, and the ethical issues that arise. Aim To systematically review the literature on the ethical issues that emerge from pregnant and/or (...)
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    Speaking the language of the kingdom of God in the context of a society in transition.Friedrich W. De Wet - 2010 - HTS Theological Studies 66 (1).
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    The Book of Tobit in early Christianity: Greek and Latin interpretations from the 2nd to the 5th century CE.Chris L. de Wet - 2020 - HTS Theological Studies 76 (4):13.
    This article examines the early Christian reception of the apocryphal book Tobit, focusing on Greek and Latin Christian interpretations from the 2nd to the 5th century CE. The study asks: how did early Christians read Tobit and for what purposes? The article provides an overview of how and why Tobit ended up in the Christian Bible, whether canonical or apocryphal. It then examines how the figures of Tobit and his son, Tobias, function as a moral exemplum in early Christianity, especially (...)
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    The practice of everyday death: Thanatology and self-fashioning in John Chrysostom’s thirteenth homily on Romans.Chris L. De Wet - 2015 - HTS Theological Studies 71 (1).
    The purpose of this article is to investigate the relationship between the discourse of death, or thanatology, and self-fashioning, in John Chrysostom’s thirteenth homily In epistulam ad Romanos. The study argues that thanatology became a very important feature in the care of the self in Chrysostom’s thought. The central aim here is to demonstrate the multi-directional flow of death, as a corporeal discourse, between the realms of theology, ethics, and physiology. Firstly, the article investigates the link between the theological concepts (...)
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    Testing a Modified Version of Schwartz’s Portrait Values Questionnaire to Measure Organizational Values in a University Context.Daniela Wetzelhütter, Chigozie Nnebedum, Jacques De Wet & Johann Bacher - 2020 - Journal of Human Values 26 (3):209-227.
    Schwartz developed his Theory of Basic Human Values and corresponding instruments, the portrait values questionnaire (PVQ) and the Schwartz values survey (SVS), in order to measure personal values. He uses these instruments (in a slightly modified form) in conjunction with his Theory of Cultural Value Orientations to measure cultural or societal values. His theoretical work is also used in studying organizational values; however, none of these instruments seem suitable to compare personal and perceived organizational values. If the PVQ is widely (...)
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    Contemporary prophetic preaching theory in the United States of America and South Africa: A comparative study through the lens of shared Reformation roots.Leonora Tubbs Tisdale & Friedrich W. de Wet - 2014 - HTS Theological Studies 70 (2):01-08.
    In this article two homileticians - one from the United States of America (USA) and one from South Africa (SA) - enter into a dialog regarding how the task of prophetic preaching today might be revived, reframed and redefined in light of the Reformation principle of the viva vox Evangelii [living voice of the gospel]. Each author begins by summarising four contemporary approaches to prophetic preaching set forth by Reformed and Lutheran homiletical scholars in their respective contexts. Then each addresses (...)
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    Contemporary prophetic preaching theory in the United States of America and South Africa: A comparative study through the lens of shared Reformation roots.Leonora Tubbs Tisdale & Friedrich W. De Wet - 2014 - HTS Theological Studies 70 (2).
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    Pseudo-John Chrysostom’s Homily On Susanna (CPG 4567) (Daniel 13 LXX): Masculinity, psychic typology and the construction of early Christian salvation history. [REVIEW]Chris L. de Wet - 2021 - HTS Theological Studies 77 (4):6.
    This article investigates a short Greek Christian homily, from the 4th century CE, by an anonymous Cappadocian preacher on the narrative of Susanna in Dan 13 LXX. The homily is simply titled, On Susanna (CPG 4567), and has been erroneously transmitted as a work of John Chrysostom. The purpose of this article is to examine more closely the construction of Susanna in the homily, with specific reference to the use of masculinity, psychic typology and finally, the construction of early Christian (...)
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