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    • Introduction: Transformative Encounters With Integrative Ethics. Papers from a 1997 A.I.S. session 

      Bell, James A. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1998)
      Values are like the air we breath: they can go unrecognized even though they are critical to our lives. We do become aware of received values, however, when they fail to provide wise guidance. Those are the times that ...
    • Narrating Enlightenment: Oral History and Civil Society after Hitler 

      Bergerson, Andrew Stuart (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1998)
      Does oral history promote liberal values? civic virtues? This paper will explore the contemporary role of narrative interviews, a core method within the everyday life history movement in Central Europe (Alltagsgeschichte). ...
    • Overcoming Dogma in Epistemology 

      Bell, James A. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1998)
      Nothing will put academics on a high horse quicker than unacceptable standards of evidential support or interpretative argument. The trouble is that there are different and incompatible standards. Unacceptable standards ...