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Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard Liddy Jun 2000

Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard M. Liddy May 2000

Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


How Do We Know There Is A Population-Environment Problem?, Peter J. Taylor Mar 2000

How Do We Know There Is A Population-Environment Problem?, Peter J. Taylor

Working Papers on Science in a Changing World

Five fictional friends of the author have agreed to meet and talk, hoping that he was right when he claimed that discussion crossing the usual boundaries of their fields would enrich their different inquiries and concerns. Ecolo, a natural and human ecologist, breaks the ice. He wants to marshall scientific knowledge to persuade others of the seriousness of the population problem. He is questioned by Philoso, whose philosophical bent leads her to observe the models that people use and to ask how they support the claims they make. In turn, the other three join in: Activo, an activist who is ...


Black Athletes At The Millenium, Keith Harrison Mar 2000

Black Athletes At The Millenium, Keith Harrison

Dr. C. Keith Harrison

No abstract provided.


The Professional Academic And Hubris: The Case Of Yongyi Song, Editor Jan 2000

The Professional Academic And Hubris: The Case Of Yongyi Song, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes a reification of academic activities in a world where there may be many kings. This reification is often employed as a vehicle to support human and civil rights initiatives. Unfortunately, this vehicle may mitigate against such rights.


Die Paradoxie Des Lernens Und Ein Semiotischer Ansatz Zu Ihrer Auflösung, Michael H.G. Hoffmann Jan 2000

Die Paradoxie Des Lernens Und Ein Semiotischer Ansatz Zu Ihrer Auflösung, Michael H.G. Hoffmann

Michael H.G. Hoffmann

No abstract provided.


Mathematik Als Prozess Der Verallgemeinerung Von Zeichen: Eine Exemplarische Unterrichtseinheit Zur Entdeckung Der Inkommensurabilität, Michael H.G. Hoffmann, Manfred Plöger Jan 2000

Mathematik Als Prozess Der Verallgemeinerung Von Zeichen: Eine Exemplarische Unterrichtseinheit Zur Entdeckung Der Inkommensurabilität, Michael H.G. Hoffmann, Manfred Plöger

Michael H.G. Hoffmann

No abstract provided.


Teacher Reflection In A School Committed To Student Reflection, Debra Richardson Smith Jan 2000

Teacher Reflection In A School Committed To Student Reflection, Debra Richardson Smith

Educational Studies Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine the experiences of three veteran teachers in an elementary school in which there was an explicit commitment to fostering children's reflection about their own learning.


Responding To Relativism, Humanism, And Religious Pluralism In The Secular University, Ed Christian Jan 2000

Responding To Relativism, Humanism, And Religious Pluralism In The Secular University, Ed Christian

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Examining The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Anthony J. Cernera, Ed., Oliver J. Morgan, Ed. Jan 2000

Examining The Catholic Intellectual Tradition, Anthony J. Cernera, Ed., Oliver J. Morgan, Ed.

Sacred Heart University Press Books

This collection of essays by a variety of educators, scholars, and theologians lays out some of the content behind the term "Catholic intellectual tradition," a tradition that is both a treasury of classic and contemporary texts, including religious and aesthetic products, and a "way of doing things" borne of experience, prayer, and critical reflection. Contributions focus on such topics as the ideal of the Catholic mind, the relationship between Catholicism and other faith traditions, notions of the Catholic artist and intellectual, and future directions for Catholic universities.


Relationships And Universal Energy Laws, Carroy U. Ferguson Dec 1999

Relationships And Universal Energy Laws, Carroy U. Ferguson

Carroy U "Cuf" Ferguson, Ph.D.

Relationships are our most intense forms of "mirrors" in the world. They show us in direct and indirect ways how we are using our personal energy systems in what I call our three life spaces. They show us how we consciously and unconsciously employ what some authors have called Universal Energy Laws (see attached descriptions of these laws) to co-create the quality of our relationships. Whether or not we "attract" and/or deal with relationships in conscious or subconscious ways, what I call the "mirror effect" is reflected in our three life spaces—personal life space, societal life space, and ...