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Ph.D. Reading Group: Rouse on Practice Theory

Today the DEMAND Ph.D. Reading Group discussed Rouse’s chapter on Practice Theory in the Handbook of the Philosophy of Science. Rouse gives an excellent account not just of various lineages of theories of practice, but how those ideas have traveled from Wittgenstein and Heidegger to Giddens, Bourdieu, Butler, MacIntyre and more recent debates from Turner, Schatzki etc. 95 more words

DEMAND Ph.D. Reading Group

UN Security Council Open Debate on the Protection of Civilians

Last week I watched the 18th “Open Debate on Protection of Civilians” in armed conflict at the UN Security council. This event takes place once a year and represents an important forum for member states, i.e. 774 more words

the copulation of practice and theory

Following on from a comment during Monday’s session when one of you expressed some anxiety about theory in relation to your practices, I thought you might enjoy this (it was recommended to me by Bob Whalley): 66 more words

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Posthuman exploration of learning as an exercise in open scholarship

Posthuman exploration of learning in a pharmacology laboratory practical – consequences for academic development

 [This draft is being shared in the spirit of open scholarship. 7,254 more words

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Producing Environments of Care

The current featured ANS article is titled “A Practice Theory Approach to Understanding the Interdependency of Nursing Practice and the Environment: Implications for Nurse-Led Care Delivery Models” by Miriam Bender, PhD, RN and Martha S. 928 more words

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