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Heidegger's tragic Greeks : the relation between presence and deinon
(Brock University, 2002-07-14)
Martin Heidegger's interpretation of the ancients was born out of something like a crisis in the interpretation of the Greeks, which can be characterized as nothing other than the realization of the idea that the Greek ...
Plato and Levinas : the problem of justice
(Brock University, 1997-05-21)
From inference to affordance : the problem of visual depth-perception in the optical writings of Descartes, Berkeley, and Gibson
(Brock University, 2008-05-21)
This thesis explores the debate and issues regarding the status of visual ;,iferellces in the optical writings of Rene Descartes, George Berkeley and James 1. Gibson. It gathers arguments from across their works and ...
Method and truth in MÄ dhyamika
(Brock University, 1983-07-09)
Abstract The study was undertaken to identify what motivates registered nurses to participate in continuing education activities. The primary questions were whether basic nursing education, employment status, clinical ...
For the love of a barking lady: an exploration of mental illness in the light of Max Scheler's "Invisible person"
(Brock University, 1984-07-09)
Ambivalent longings: Heim and its prefix : anxiety and the discourse of home
Ambivalent Longings: Heim and its prefix-Anxiety and the Discourse of Home. Most succinctly, this paper is a critical collage of the politics of home depicted as a naturalized yet sacrosanct originary space that calls ...
Commodities and their fetishism
(Brock University, 1978-07-09)
Many pr oblems present themselves in at tempting t o discuss Marx's noti on of the fetish characteristics of commodities. It has been argued that it is one of the central points of Marx's en tir e c or pus. 1 It has ...
Philosophy of death in Vedanta and Plotinus
(Brock University, 2005-05-21)