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Towards creating sustaining futures: a philosophy of (engineering) practice for the 21st century

  title={Towards creating sustaining futures: a philosophy of (engineering) practice for the 21st century},
  author={Jenni Goricanec},
This thesis proposes a re-conceptualisation of engineering practice that moves towards responding to the nature of our 21st Century (21C) predicament – the dynamic, turbulent, labyrinthine flux which has developed through the inhabitation of modern huma 

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