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Classic Literature in a Harsh World

The principled concepts in classic literature can bring sensitivity back to a harsh world embattled by war, religious differences, crime, addiction, political agendas, and crisis.

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Published Online: October 16, 2014

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"King Lear", ‘Divide and Rule’, and Contemporary India: Reading King Lear as a Postcolonial Text to Critique Patriarchal Nationalism in Contemporary India

This paper reads "King Lear" as a postcolonial critique of patriarchal nationalism in India. It considers the impact of 'divide and rule' on gender relations during Partition and today.

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Published Online: October 16, 2014

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Divinely Empowered, Spiritually Gifted: Women in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement in Trinidad

An exploration into the lived spiritual experiences of women in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement in Trinidad and their encounter with the divine.

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Published Online: October 16, 2014

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Challenges and Opportunities of School Music Education in Hungary

This historical inquiry about Hungarian public school music education explores philosophical reasons behind its inclusion in the curriculum, relevant laws, pedagogical approaches, and challenges of implementation.

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Published Online: October 16, 2014

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Managing Organizational Progress: Sloterdijk’s Philosophy and Human Resource Management

The paper analyzes philosopher Peter Sloterdijk's (2009) approach to progress in the context of "making the unlikely likely" by means of practice and training.

Published Online: October 16, 2014

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The Cultural Memory of Society: A Systems Theoretical Approach

The aim of this paper is to analyze the cultural theory of Niklas Luhmann and to outline how the concept of system memory, individual memory, and political memory differentiate.

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Published Online: October 16, 2014

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Puritan Origins of the American Left and Right: An Historical Approach to the Rebalancing of a Once Integrated Puritan Dichotomy

Reexaminiing the issues identified in this presentation might well provide us with an historical space in which to achieve a rebalancing of the self-interest/common good poles of America’s seminal dialectic.

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October 15, 2014

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Narrative Polyphony in "Moll Flanders": An Appraisal of Ian Watt’s Critique and Beyond

This study explores Ian Watt’s critique in his book "Rise of the Novel" (1954) about "Moll Flanders" (1722) by Daniel Defoe discussing its peculiarities and distinct features.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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An Effective Model for Professional Development: A Case Study of a Mathematics Teacher Change in Australia

This study investigated two different teacher research based Professional Development programs in mathematics (both primary and secondary schools) in Melbourne, Australia. Several identifiable teacher types emerged.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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Discussing the Interest in Age, Vitality, and Proximity in Dispersed Regional Communities

Approximately a quarter of older Australians live in smaller cities and towns. This paper discusses the future and philosophy of human ageing with digital technologies in rural and regional Australia.

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Published online: August 22, 2014

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