Charles Peirce and William James taught pragmatism at Harvard University during the s and early s, and pragmatism has been vibrant there ever since. John Dewey forged his pragmatism with George Mead at the University of Chicago in the s, and then Dewey led a third center of pragmatism at Columbia University during
I attempt to understand the place of the soldier in political life, as it has evolved from ancient times, to modernity, to the present day. The historical studies set into relief the figure of the contemporary American soldier, whose essence—I argue—is to be an object of pity.
After a month of mass mobilizations and renewed negotiations, the government and the FARC signed a revised peace accord in November While the literature underscores the need to connect local and national peace efforts, the daily work required to construct and sustain such alliances remains understudied.
This dissertation offers timely analysis of the daily interactions between grassroots activists, state actors, I NGO workers, and private sector actors as universalized notions of peace become reworked within a particular locale Tsing I employ a multigenerational framework to include youth perceptions and engagements in my analysis.
The dissertation draws from data collected on local peacebuilding efforts before and after the signing of the peace accords as well as analysis of the first ten months of implementation.
From Reform to Recoupling: Drawing on empirical studies of police and police reform and insights from organizational and cultural sociology, I ask: How do legal and structural reforms at the level of the city change precinct-level operations? How do these changes vary based on the organizational cultures of specific police stations and the neighborhoods they are tasked with patrolling?
This research will advance scholarly understanding police reform processes, a chronically neglected topic which is critical, given the changing conditions of urban policing in Latin America. The Practical Wisdom of Hospitality in the Anthropocene: One indicator of the accelerating ecological crisis is global climate.
The earth is currently at its warmest period in the history of modern civilization, and according to the IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Changethis anthropogenic warming trend will have increasing implications in the coming century.
Given the trends identified by the IPCC, this dissertation assumes that—despite mitigation efforts—human economic activity and associated anthropogenic climate warming will continue to increase throughout the 21st century, leading to total global warming of the order of degrees Celsius by the end of the century in accordance with IPCC RCP 8.
Assuming these projections, this dissertation interweaves perspectives from liberationist theology, feminist theology, virtue theory, strategic peacebuilding, the tradition of Christian hospitality, and three ethnographic case studies in order to offer two primary contributions: This dissertation argues that sustained practice s of hospitality are a critical form of practical wisdom—on both global and local levels—that will be necessary to reduce violent conflict and increase the possibility of flourishing for human and non-human species alike amidst a radically warmer, destabilized climate; This dissertation argues that facets of a theologically-informed hospitality, drawn from the Christian tradition, might offer resources to the cultivation of the practical wisdom of hospitality in the Anthropocene.This is a collection of electronic master's theses and doctoral dissertations (ETDs) available from the University of Notre Dame.
The collection was initiated in In , ETDs became the required method of formal submission for theses and dissertations; consequently, the collection is not a comprehenseive collection of such works prior to Early Islamic philosophy or classical Islamic philosophy is a period of intense philosophical development beginning in the 2nd century AH of the Islamic calendar (early 9th century CE) and lasting until the 6th century AH (late 12th century CE).The period is known as the Islamic Golden Age, and the achievements of this period had a crucial influence in the development of modern philosophy and.
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Jonathan K. Crane is the Raymond F. Schinazi Scholar of Bioethics and Jewish Thought at Emory University’s Center for Ethics. He is also an Associate Professor of Medicine, Emory School of Medicine, and an Associate Professor of Religion, Emory College.