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Confronting the brain in the classroom
During the influx of neurological research into France from across Europe that took place rapidly in the late 19th century, the philosophy course in lycées (the French equivalent of high schools) wasExpand
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Bergson Comes to America
This article documents Henri Bergson's visit to America in 1913. It is based on original research carried out and at the archives of the Sorbonne and universities at which the French philosopherExpand
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Correction to: Comparative Human Factors Evaluation of Two Nasal Naloxone Administration Devices: NARCAN® Nasal Spray and Naloxone Prefilled Syringe with Nasal Atomizer
Under section “Introduction”, the first sentence in the 4th paragraph was incorrectly published. The correct sentence is given below.
American Nietzsche. A History of an Icon and His Ideas by Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen (review)
could not read English and therefore had access to Shakespeare primarily through German translations. He highlights the contradictions implicit in the concurrent associations of Kierkegaard with bothExpand
The Brain in the Third Republic: Science, Pedagogy, and National Regeneration
Before Parisian crowds overflowed his celebrated lectures at the Collège de France, Henri Bergson came to the provincial town of Clermont-Ferrand in 1883 to teach the philosophy course in a lycéeExpand
Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos (review)
option for putting the lives of individuals and nations disrupted by violence back together. Yet this insight (which rearticulates a concern long held by thinkers like St. Augustine or Luther whoExpand
Moderating Styles: Understanding Diverse Techniques for Investigating the Root Cause of Use Events
This article explores how a moderator’s style shapes the techniques they use for conducting usability testing on medical devices. Different moderating styles offer distinct routes to arrive atExpand
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