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Reflections on the Spirit of Man

Charles W. Hendel
1941 Philosophical Review  
We aban- don, too, the primitive love of certainty, since we learn with our science that present knowledge is but a step to the discovery of evidence which will require another whole organisation of thought  ...  But in spite of our having to relinquish a definitive explanation of things, the progress of science itself sustains us, for experience is always enriched by new knowledge, and the prospect of having to  ... 
doi:10.2307/2180962 fatcat:lz3jy45jpnd5te7ivm3zlhs2rm

Page 3 of Journal of Nursing Management Vol. 1, Issue SUPPLEMENT [page]

1993 Journal of Nursing Management  
programme describes her experience: To begin with, the thought of Rainbow was, to say the least, a daunting prospect.  ...  The major lesson that I have learned is time management, not only to do the course, but my professional life is now much more organised and I see things in order of priority and therefore achieve more.  ... 

Prospective Teachers' Role in the Construction of Authentic Pedagogical Content Knowledge [chapter]

Mamsi Ethel Khuzwayo
2019 Teacher Education in the 21st Century [Working Title]  
Critical analysis of these two broad concepts provides a conceptual framework to articulate techniques and strategies to engage prospective teachers in collaborative learning activities.  ...  The findings of the action research prove that prospective teachers have the potential to develop pedagogical content knowledge, which is relevant to real-life classroom experience.  ...  The plenary sessions organised by students depicted the conference meeting where scholars quote ideas of the renowned proponents of philosophical ideas to support their arguments.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.84289 fatcat:ynsyimondzdrtgipodp5bfcree

Buck, Günther (2019): Lernen und Erfahrung. Epagogik. Herausgegeben von Malte Brinkmann, Wiesbaden: Springer VS. (4th edition. First published 1967)

Nils Höppner
2019 Journal of didactics of philosophy  
It cannot be denied that these assumptions are in some tension with basic principles of philosophical teaching and learning.  ...  It is obvious that not only positive results of an increasing knowledge characterize philosophizing.  ...  It may be assumed that both in the training of (prospective) teachers and with regard to the practical organisation of teaching and school lessons, the 'classical' models of general didactics about Examples  ... 
doi:10.46586/jdph.2019.9567 fatcat:pvcy5fsqwvdyfokfu74pt2it6y

International scientific associations of the History of Science and Technology: formation and development (part III)

A. Lytvynko
2021 Studies in history and philosophy of science and technology  
The International council for philosophy and human sciences (ICPHS) is a non-governmental organisation within UNESCO, which federates hundreds of different learned societies in the field of philosophy,  ...  , including The European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA), The International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS), The International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP  ...  information concerning philosophical activities and global prospects from all over the world.  ... 
doi:10.15421/272014 fatcat:mnqonttf2bblnj3me3mk7gzwre

Page 162 of The Philosophical Review Vol. 50, Issue 2 [page]

1941 The Philosophical Review  
We aban- don, too, the primitive love of certainty, since we learn with our science that present knowledge is but a step to the discovery of evidence which will require another whole organisation of thought  ...  But in spite of our having to relinquish a definitive explanation of things, the progress of science itself sustains us, for experience is always enriched by new knowledge, and the prospect of having to  ... 

International sources of learning for the organisation of primary care

Geoffrey Meads
2012 London Journal of Primary Care  
This article explores the potential to learn from emerging international models of primary care organisation.  ...  It examines a series of exemplars from Southern Europe and Latin America which may help support moves towards a 'new localism' in the public management of primary care.  ...  In this article, I examine another set of 'reform' narratives that can provide a helpful source of transferable learning in the development of modern primary care organisations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17571472.2012.11493349 pmid:26265949 pmcid:PMC4461109 fatcat:taqefh7wa5b5bovrst2xiz75xu

Horizons in Medicine, Number 13

J. Holt
2002 Clinical medicine (London)  
philosophical account of the evidence for and against there being a defined 'Gulf War syndrome'.  ...  It represents essential reading to SHOs and Registrars in medicine, they will learn, yes, but, much more important, be stimulated and excited by prospects for the future and should lift their spirits over  ... 
doi:10.7861/clinmedicine.2-3-274 fatcat:lkcdvp3qt5ccrozm6czai6nmya

Transformation of Professional Training of Students in the Context of Education Modernization

Tatyana Gumenyuk, Valerii Kushnarov, Ihor Bondar, Viktoriia Haludzina-Horobets, Yurii Horban
2021 Estudios de Economía Aplicada  
The authors proposed a method for the prospective assessment of changes in the professional training of university students in the context of education modernization, consisting of five stages.  ...  The purpose of the article is to analyze how the modernization of education can affect the professional training of students.  ...  Knowledge and learning are humanity's most significant renewable resources [1] .  ... 
doi:10.25115/eea.v39i5.4779 fatcat:3khtzwdwsvajfnlj3ictulmdte

International Symposium: "Scientific School of L.S. Vygotsky: Traditions and Innovations" and International ISCAR Summer University for PhD Students
Международный симпозиум «Научная школа Л.С. Выготского: традиции и инновации» и летний университет ИСКАР (ISCAR) для молодых учёных

N.A. Baykovskaya, O.V. Rubtsova
2016 Kulʹturno-istoričeskaâ Psihologiâ  
The main goals of the events organised by MSUPE include: analysis of the basic principles and the system of concepts of L.S.  ...  Vygotsky's scientific school, discussion of the current state and the prospect for the development of the cultural-historical theory in Russia and abroad, integration of the ideas of the cultural-historical  ...  ; he touched upon the issue of social interactions and learning, as well as of various aspects of the organisation of joint activity.  ... 
doi:10.17759/chp.2016120317 fatcat:bdongtce65bolpbl3qndgcnfaa

Simulation in the Elimination of Conceptual Problems Related to the Issue of Nerve Conduction

Pınar Köseoğlu, Akın Efendioğlu
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Information and communication technologies are frequently used in biology education in order to form effective learning environments.  ...  The issue of nervous system, one of the subjects of biology, is difficult and abstract to understand, and is inherently capable of causing misconceptions.  ...  of the educational environment and the circumstance of it, (g) knowledge of educational objectives, targets and values and of the philosophical and historical foundations of them.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.01.501 fatcat:yqg4qen7fvcblkcbb5qsorxlua

Towards equity through initial teacher education

Dr Airini
2013 Waikato Journal of Education  
The task of ITE has been described as preparing prospective teachers to enter a profession "which accepts individual and collective responsibility for improving the learning and participation of all children  ...  Teacher educators who locate themselves within change-agent discourses take responsibility for the learning of their prospective teachers and critically reflect upon evidence of their positioning and revise  ... 
doi:10.15663/wje.v18i1.138 fatcat:yb6s27cjebdhrmyk4b4mylzanu

An Ancient Greek Philosophy of Management Consulting: An Interview with David Shaw

Wim Vandekerckhove
2022 Philosophy of Management  
It discusses his reasons for looking to the ancient Greek philosophers for new ideas about management consulting, and how his papers for this journal have contributed to the development of the book.  ...  AbstractThis article is a transcript of an interview with David Shaw, the author of the book, "An Ancient Greek Philosophy of Management Consulting: Thinking Differently about its Assumptions, Principles  ...  the nature of organisations and organisational change.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40926-021-00191-z fatcat:kq4iyuysbrcvdbifgzdkpsdsom

Impact of AI on Leadership Strategies

Sneha Singh, Meenakshi Verma
2018 Zenodo  
With a strong belief that impact of AI on leadership whether positive or negative is yet to be debated, yet it has left all the corporate world with many learning opportunities.  ...  With the advent of AI in almost all spheres of the corporate world, there has been a strong influence on all the fundamentals of Organization Behaviour and Human Resources Management.  ...  greatly on job prospect and talent search at middle level employment..  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1403604 fatcat:uxx7dyovifhh3dyyc3o4z5r3mq

Page 453 of MIND Vol. 16, Issue 63 [page]

1907 MIND  
At the same time these mysterious pre-existing entities are of a purely formal character, without any power over their prospective content beyond that of ar- ranging it in some fashion or other.  ...  It is not so clear what answer he would give to the question, Do such definitions of law as ‘the command of the sovereign,’ and ‘organised threatening,’ rank as a priori concepts or do they not?  ... 
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