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Esmonde Higgins - Politics As Intellectual Practice, Terry Irving Jan 2014

Esmonde Higgins - Politics As Intellectual Practice, Terry Irving

Terence H Irving, Dr (Terry)

This chapter traces Esmonde Higgins' struggle to define his intellectual practice from 1919 to 1954, using his private correspondence and his published writings. It divides his reflections into three parts: alienation, practice, and contradictory aspects of practice.It describes his route from Communist bureaucratic practice to having conversations 'about human interests' with workers as equals in adult education classes and informal domestic gatherings.


It Works For Me: Shared Tips For Teaching, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

It Works For Me: Shared Tips For Teaching, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

Why bother to read yet another book about teaching? What can you possibly gain that will prepare you to meet those daily moments of truth? Perhaps this book's title suggests the answer. It Works for Me: Shared Tips for Teaching is not a treatise on pedagogical theory, nor is it designed to dictate a set of rules for success in the classroom. Its purpose is not to provide you with a complete program for better teaching. It Works for Me is simply a collection of practical tips drawn from the real-life experiences of some outstanding college teachers across the ...


1998 At-A-Glance Calendar, Umberto Crenca Dec 1998

1998 At-A-Glance Calendar, Umberto Crenca

AS220 Digital Archive

An example of one of Umberto Crenca's calendar books. Select pages have been photographed to display his unique organizational approach to being Artistic Director of AS220.


A Community Of Physicians : The Rural New York Medical Practices Of David Hanford (1816-1844), Jonathan Johnson (1823-1829), And George M. Teeple (1847-1872), Lois Fischer Black Dec 1998

A Community Of Physicians : The Rural New York Medical Practices Of David Hanford (1816-1844), Jonathan Johnson (1823-1829), And George M. Teeple (1847-1872), Lois Fischer Black

Theses

Manuscript records open a window to past events and cultures, often serving as a source of information the like of which is not available in printed form. An examination and analysis of three rural New York State physician's case record books, maintained during the nineteenth century, provides insight not only into the evolution practice of medicine, but also serves to highlight the differences between rural and urban routines.

Case records produced during the first half of the nineteenth century, such as those of David Hanford, who practiced between 1816 and 1844, and Jonathan Johnson, who left records of his ...


Aristotle On Existential Import And Nonreferring Subjects, Scott Carson Dec 1998

Aristotle On Existential Import And Nonreferring Subjects, Scott Carson

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

Much contemporary philosophy o f language has shown considerable interest in the relation between our linguistic practice and our metaphysical commitments, and this interest has begun to influence work in the history of philosophy as well. In his Categories and De interpretatione, Aristotle presents an analysis of language that can be read as intended to illustrate an isomorphism between the ontology of the real world and how we talk about that world. Our understanding of language is at least in part dependent upon our understanding of the relationships that exist among the enduring πράγματα that we come across in our ...


Are Ends Subject To Deliberation In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics? A Reply To David Wiggins, Anthony Crifasi Dec 1998

Are Ends Subject To Deliberation In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics? A Reply To David Wiggins, Anthony Crifasi

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

We focus upon the difficulties involved in Wiggin's interpretation of deliberation, since these form the basis for his later analyses. Wiggins grounds his thesis that ends are subject to deliberation upon the view that the various virtues are constituents of happiness. As constituents of the ultimate end itself, they would not be ordered to any higher end. Consequently, the virtues would be incommensurable with one another, since conflicts between virtues would not be resolvable in terms of any common end. It is perfectly understandable that under this view the sole arbiter of such conflicts would be “situational appreciation,” as ...


Are Ends Subject To Deliberation In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics? A Reply To David Wiggins, Anthony Crifasi Dec 1998

Are Ends Subject To Deliberation In Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics? A Reply To David Wiggins, Anthony Crifasi

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

Conflicts between virtues would not result in the radical incommensurability described by Wiggins (having no common end at all). Such a highest end would by no means be a “universal rule” in the sense criticized by Wiggins in his reply to Allan, since particular circumstances could, as always, affect or prevent altogether the manner and means by which the end would be actualized. The “situational appreciation” of practical wisdom would therefore still play a vital role in the practical actualization of any virtue. Since the benefits of this interpretation include the elimination of radical incommensurability without appeal to universal Kantian ...


Deacon Jess Brooks Dec 1998

Deacon Jess Brooks

African American Funeral Programs, Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, Bulloch County, Georgia

No abstract provided.


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar Dec 1998

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates.


As220: In The Galleries December 17, 1998- January 10, 1999, Diane Gay, Michel Houllahan, Greg Stones, Kathy Klein Dec 1998

As220: In The Galleries December 17, 1998- January 10, 1999, Diane Gay, Michel Houllahan, Greg Stones, Kathy Klein

AS220 Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Interview With Louis Terkla, Louis G. Terkla D.M.D. (Interviewee), Joan Ash (Interviewer) Dec 1998

Interview With Louis Terkla, Louis G. Terkla D.M.D. (Interviewee), Joan Ash (Interviewer)

Oral History Collection

Louis G. Terkla, D.M.D., talks about his early years in Montana, his service in the Army Infantry during World War II, and his education. He discusses his many years at the University of Oregon Dental School as a faculty member and in the school administration as Assistant to the Dean and then Dean. Terkla discusses at length about the consolidation of the three schools into the University of Oregon Health Sciences Center in the mid 1970s and about his relations with the various presidents of the University. Dr. Terkla was born in Anaconda, Montana and educated at the ...


In The Affirmative, Vol.5, [No.11] (Mid-December 1998/Mid-January 1999), Mick Martin, The Aids Project Dec 1998

In The Affirmative, Vol.5, [No.11] (Mid-December 1998/Mid-January 1999), Mick Martin, The Aids Project

In the Affirmative

No abstract provided.


Volume 2, Number 3 - December 15, 1998 Dec 1998

Volume 2, Number 3 - December 15, 1998

History Alive

History Alive! was the short-run newsletter of the Providence College History Club. (Volume 2, Number 3 - December 15, 1998 - 2 pages in total.)


Program; 1998-12-15, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Dec 1998

Program; 1998-12-15, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


D'Oh! An Analysis Of The Medical Care Provided To The Family Of Homer J. Simpson, Robert Patterson, Charles Weijer Dec 1998

D'Oh! An Analysis Of The Medical Care Provided To The Family Of Homer J. Simpson, Robert Patterson, Charles Weijer

Charles Weijer

No abstract provided.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 023, Number 20, December 14, 1998, Grand Valley State University Dec 1998

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 023, Number 20, December 14, 1998, Grand Valley State University

1998-1999, Volume 23

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Web-Based Surveys And Assessment, Parviz Doulai, Ray Stace Dec 1998

Web-Based Surveys And Assessment, Parviz Doulai, Ray Stace

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) - Papers

This paper describes methods of on-line assessment and students’ survey, which utilize the Web interfaces and use them in conjunction with the Internet. To find the most appropriate alternative methods of students’ assessment and survey a variety of commercial and public domain tools was used to implement the following two basic tasks: 1. ‘Student Suggestion Box’ where students evaluate the subject and make comments and suggestions on the subject and its assessment; and 2. a partially AutoMark short assessment task, containing two paragraph questions and three multiple choice questions, that offers final marks to the instructor/students and provides prompt ...


Applied Epidemiology - A Full-Subject Self-Directed Computer-Based Problem-Solving Learning Experience, I. A. Kreis, Adam Orvad, Dhammika Ruberu, Ray Stace Dec 1998

Applied Epidemiology - A Full-Subject Self-Directed Computer-Based Problem-Solving Learning Experience, I. A. Kreis, Adam Orvad, Dhammika Ruberu, Ray Stace

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) - Papers

A major difficulty of teaching public health to students in a Masters Program is conveying the need for taking a strategic approach to situations. Tackling real-life public health issues is rather complex. There will generally be a number of avenues of investigation and it is necessary to be wary of the short and long-term consequences of actions. Also time and money need to be managed effectively. As one approach to the education of students about these issues, a computer-based package has been developed which simulates the investigation of a real public health problem. This simulation enables students to encounter such ...


1998-12-11; Pamphlets; Celebration Of Life For James M Hamilton, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church Dec 1998

1998-12-11; Pamphlets; Celebration Of Life For James M Hamilton, Lincoln Memorial United Methodist Church

Pamphlets and Commemoration Material

No abstract provided.


Interview With J. Peter Bentley, Ph.D., John Peter Bentley Ph.D. (Interviewee), Linda Weimer (Interviewer) Dec 1998

Interview With J. Peter Bentley, Ph.D., John Peter Bentley Ph.D. (Interviewee), Linda Weimer (Interviewer)

Oral History Collection

J. Peter Bentley, Ph.D., discusses his move from England to work with Dr. John Dunphy at Harvard and his subsequent move with Dunphy to the University of Oregon Medical School where he completed his Ph. D. in biochemistry. He provides background information on William Montoya, Edward West, and Donald Pickering of the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, and later, after he moved to the Marquam Hill campus with other biochemists, on Dean Charles Holman of the School of Medicine and Chancellor Roy Lieuallen and their roles in the formation of a faculty council. Bentley describes the difficulties that followed ...


Lanthorn, Vol. 33, No. 15, December 10, 1998, Grand Valley State University Dec 1998

Lanthorn, Vol. 33, No. 15, December 10, 1998, Grand Valley State University

Volume 33, August 27, 1996 - April 22, 1999

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


"That Damned Morality": Willa Cather's Reaction Against Victorian Female Roles In O Pioneers! And Tje Song Of The Lark, Sarah Elizabeth Moore Horne Dec 1998

"That Damned Morality": Willa Cather's Reaction Against Victorian Female Roles In O Pioneers! And Tje Song Of The Lark, Sarah Elizabeth Moore Horne

Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers

Reacting against Victorian ideal that influenced her childhood, Cather creates numerous gender reversal throughout her fiction. This thesis notes the gender ironies contained within her works to conclude that Cather was herself a liberal, demanding that society’s status quo be eliminated. While America’s political climate did affect Cather’s work, her political ideologies remain difficult to interpret when contrasted with her fiction. Throughout much of her fiction, Cather attempts to raise the social status of certain facets of society and dispels many myths concerning gender.


The Bcs, Fairness, And The Money, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1998

The Bcs, Fairness, And The Money, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Everyone now knows what the "BS" in the "BCS" stands for but there seems to be some doubt remaining about the "C." Some suggest "computer," some say "compound," some say it is a redundant statement of the "S." Whatever it is, several other things are now clear.


Pure Bhb Keto: Shark Tank Weight Loss Reviews And Side Effects, Pure Bhb Keto Dec 1998

Pure Bhb Keto: Shark Tank Weight Loss Reviews And Side Effects, Pure Bhb Keto

Pure BHB Keto

There are various individuals around the globe, who are experiencing the issue of weight. Numerous individuals are searching for some outer enhancement, which can enable them to decrease their fats without numerous endeavors. Pure BHB Keto is one such enhancement, which is exceptionally useful in lessening body fats. In this article, we will talk about the working, advantages, and audits on Pure BHB Keto supplement.

Presentation of Pure BHB Keto

Weight is one of the critical issues that are on the planet today. In light of heftiness, there are numerous different illnesses which are look by the general population. Pure ...


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 023, Number 19, December 7, 1998, Grand Valley State University Dec 1998

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 023, Number 19, December 7, 1998, Grand Valley State University

1998-1999, Volume 23

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Ua68/13/4 The Care Project, Wku Journalism Dec 1998

Ua68/13/4 The Care Project, Wku Journalism

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter highlighting Bowling Green families with special needs created by Advanced Photojournalism, Editorial & Feature Writing and Advanced Photo Editing/Design classes in conjunction with the Park City Daily News.


Accompanying Class Recital, Kara Brennan, Hsueh-Hwa Lu, Valerie Johnson, Matthew Murray, Phillip B. Pacier, Kaori Yoshihara, Jennifer Deirmendjian, Hsueh-Hwa Lu, Leslie Elliott Dec 1998

Accompanying Class Recital, Kara Brennan, Hsueh-Hwa Lu, Valerie Johnson, Matthew Murray, Phillip B. Pacier, Kaori Yoshihara, Jennifer Deirmendjian, Hsueh-Hwa Lu, Leslie Elliott

Printed Performance Programs (PDF Format)

No abstract provided.


University Wind Ensemble Fall Concert, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Dec 1998

University Wind Ensemble Fall Concert, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

No abstract provided.


University Wind Ensemble, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Dec 1998

University Wind Ensemble, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

No abstract provided.


A Case Against Bringing Monsters To Justice: Pinochet, Deterrence, And Personal Identity, Editor Dec 1998

A Case Against Bringing Monsters To Justice: Pinochet, Deterrence, And Personal Identity, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article presents a philosophical psychology case against subjecting former national leaders who allegedly committed atrocities committed while they were in power to adjudication through a criminal or civil justice system.