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This paper argues that the development of a philosophy of openness in
scholarly publishing is an incomplete project. For some commentators, this incompleteness
is understood as primarily a technical matter; one that will be addressed as
technologies and systems improve. Others focus on legal and...
The concept of “paradigm” is among the most influential philosophical
ideas of the 20th century. However, as ideas disseminate across disciplinary borders,
they lose some of their original sense by a selective reading. Returning to the original
works of Thomas S. Kuhn, I argue for a...
This paper is a brief reflection on Jean-Luc Godard’s Film Socialisme
pitched as a “pedagogy of the image” that draws on the philosophy of cinema and
draws on the activities of the great film directors who are the experimenters and also
engage in fierce critique of Holywood’s commodification of...
Darwinism has become an encompassing theory, leaving the confines
of science and accounting for all aspects of life. Such an outlook entails important
consequences for the evaluation of life. In particular, organisms are considered mere
means for species’ preservation and development, while...
This study is grounded in the considerable body of scholarship examining
the concept of self, processes of privatizing social remembering, and the function
of social representations as a mechanism. Our analysis complements the growing
literature on the divergence between human rights and...
This paper explores the possibility of human rights advocates building
communal ties between (a) cities in militarily and economically powerful states
(MEPS) and (b) non-MEPS cities whose recent history suggests their susceptibility to
certain human rights failures. The first two sections defend...
Interest in Asian business and management practices developed during
the Japanese business emergence in the 1980s. The rise of the Asian tigers in the
early 1990s and the emergence of China and India in global business affairs during
the last decade have kept up the momentum of interest. This...
Misled by a quick triumphalism of the social-media, the international
news agencies have confused the two: revolt and revolution. The past unrests started
as a social, not political public revolt. Through the pain of sobriety, the protesters are
learning that neither globalization nor the McFB...
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between
instrumental measurements and sensory attributes, the development and utilization of
intelligent textile materials, and the accelerated introduction of smart technology in
textiles and clothing. The literature on emerging...
In the present paper, I focus on Ryle’s understanding of the selfintimating
theory of consciousness, his attempt to debunk skepticism, and his conceptual
analysis of “mind.” Ryle holds that trueness and falseness, and correctness
and incorrectness must be qualities or properties resident in the...
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