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BARGAINING BEHAVIOR IN A BUSINESS SIMULATION GAME
Three studies of labor-management negotiations were conducted within the context of a business simulation game. Face-to-face bargaining lasted approximately two hours and resulted in settlements thatExpand
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It Sounded Like a Good Idea at the Time . . .
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It sounded like a good idea at the time . . .
  • John E. Thiel
  • Medicine
  • Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology Canada…
  • 1 July 2012
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORIn Response
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The Analogy of Tradition: Method and Theological Judgment
[The author examines a basic question for theological inquiry: how is congruence between past and present meaning achieved in tradition and in theological judgment? He begins by criticizing theExpand
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Senses of Tradition: Continuity and Development in Catholic Faith
Since the early Christian centuries, Roman Catholicism has accepted both scripture and tradition as authorities for church teaching on God, Christ, and salvation. Catholicism has never held aExpand
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For What May We Hope? Thoughts on the Eschatological Imagination
After reflecting on the reluctance of modern theology to engage in eschatological speculation, the author argues that plenty of traditional Catholic beliefs warrant a rich exercise of theExpand
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Tradition and Authoritative Reasoning: A Nonfoundationalist Perspective
Un des traits distinctifs de la theologie catholique romaine est l'autorite accordee a la tradition en tant que source normative pour l'interpretation de l'Ecriture. L'A. propose une reflexion surExpand
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Icons of Hope: The "Last Things" in Catholic Imagination
There are a number o f things wrong with this book, notwithstanding the obvious eminence o f its author, whose scholarly credentials would appear to be in very good order. Recognized as among theExpand
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