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2010-08-13 11:01:00

SEATTLE, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The following blog post was published on August 8, 2010, by Shafeen Charania, author of the synthesis blog, winner of the 2008 Weblog award for best new blog, and Time.com's 25 best blogs of 2009. We don't go to work just for the money. People don't expect perfect lives. We all expect things to be more difficult in tough times, and know that we have to hunker down. But what happens when we've hunkered down for too long? Productivity ebbs, focus diminishes,...

2008-12-02 07:25:00

ORO VALLEY, Ariz., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2008 Schopenhauer International Literary Award recipient is Glynn E. Thompson for his novel "The Raving Eunuch Monks," a masterpiece of psychosocial insight. The award recognizes authors who give voice to the philosophical tenets of Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 - 1860). The German philosopher was among the first to contend that the universe is an irrational place. Inspired by Plato and Immanuel Kant, Schopenhauer developed their philosophies...

2008-02-02 06:00:58

By Capeilleres, Fabien Leibniz geht von dem Funktionsbegriff der neuen Mathematik aus, den er als Erster in seiner vollen Allgemeinheit fasst und den er schon in der ersten Konzeption von aller Einschrankung auf das Gebiet der Zahl und der Grosse befreit. Mit diese neuen Instrument der Erkenntnis ausgeriistet, tritt er an die Grundfragen der Philosophie heran.1 Wenn in der Schriften zur Logik und zur Mathematik ... die allgemeine Methode der Leibnizischen Philosophie sich bestimmte und...

2007-10-02 09:00:33

By Hisaki, Hashi (ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.) Nishida Kitaro (1870-1945), one of the most famous philosophers of the Kyoto School, has become well known in Europe through his works on religious philosophy and ethics.1 Yet the interdisciplinary aspect of his philosophy has received much less attention. Aiming at a comprehensive system of philosophy, Nishida strove toward a system of thinking in which thought and practice are united. In this context, the contents of...

2007-06-28 12:05:17

By Rajan, Tilottama Reading between Derrida and Foucault, this paper situates deconstruction within Foucault's reorganization of knowledge in The Order of Things. While Foucault abandons this work for a history of material practices, Derrida's writings on the university continue it, but with a new and strategically Foucaultian focus on governmentality and power. In the 1980s and thereafter, Jacques Derrida began to explore explicitly the question of the university implicit in his earlier...

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