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2012, ISBN 3770547454, 499
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2014, 1st edition., Human resource management and organizational behavior collection, ISBN 9781606497968, 182
"This book is written to unleash creativity, improve performance and promote innovation. It examines the critical success factors to developing high... 
Teams in the workplace | Organizational effectiveness | Creative ability in business
Book
2014, Millennium studies, ISBN 9783110334029, Volume Band 46, viii, 310 pages
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Transcultural Studies, ISSN 1930-6253, 02/2017, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 99 - 118
There are two ancient formulations of the problem art presents to us: poiesis understands art as a generic ontological problem and techné treats art as a... 
Poiesis | Aesthetics | Benjamin | Techné | Aristotle
Journal Article
Discusiones Filosoficas, ISSN 0124-6127, 2015, Volume 15, Issue 25, pp. 185 - 203
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Time and Society, ISSN 0961-463X, 2018, p. 961463
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Humana.Mente: Journal of Philosophical Studies, 06/2016, Volume 9, Issue 30
Large part of contemporary science is in fact technoscience, in the sense that it crucially depends on several technologies for the generation, collection, and... 
poiesis, constructionism | technoscience | distributed cognition
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2010, ISBN 0826443249, cm.
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2017, Oxford handbooks, ISBN 0199372136, xxx, 700 pages
"Few aspects of daily existence are untouched by technology. Learning and teaching music are no exceptions and arguably have been impacted as much or more than... 
Music | Technological innovations | Instruction and study | Digital citizenship | Educational change | Music literacy | Creative practice | Educational technologies | Evidence-based education | Preservice teachers | Technology skill development | Participatory culture | Sound and place | Initial teacher education | Deterritorialization | Adaptive technology | Distinction | Learners with exceptionalities | Makers | Music learning | Music education curriculum | Africa | Techno-human future | Praxis shock | Long-distance learning | Musical subjectivity | Pop | Twenty-first-century skills | Instrument-making | Universal design for learning | Romanticism | Technological determinism | Finland | Stakeholders | Teacher preparation | Music teacher education | Learning and teaching | Music teacher roles | Problem-finding | Authority | Musicians workshop | Disabilities | Slow music | Collaborative model | School classrooms | Contextual | Innovation | Faculty development | Literacies | Innovative 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Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, ISSN 0263-7758, 6/2014, Volume 32, Issue 3, pp. 417 - 432
Ivan Illich and Jamie Linton have both argued that our current technological relation to water constitutes an abstraction. Developing this insight in the... 
Phenomenology | Water | Gestell | Poiesis | Heidegger | City | phenomenology | city | poiesis | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | water | GEOGRAPHY
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Nóema, ISSN 2239-5474, 02/2015, Issue 6-1
In queste note parto dal commento di alcuni passaggi dell'ultimo Foucault per proporre un'interpretazione della vita come materia di lavoro, in base alla quale... 
poiesis | materia | vita
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Religions, 08/2019, Volume 10, Issue 9, p. 505
Parkour, along with "free-running", is a relatively new but increasingly ubiquitous sport with possibilities for new configurations of ecology and spirituality... 
free-running | ecology | urban | poiesis | parkour | pilgrimage | religion
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Practical Theology, ISSN 1756-073X, 01/2019, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp. 7 - 19
Aristotle held that humans had three basic activities each of which were directed towards a distinct goal or telos: theoria, thinking or analysing, directed... 
praxis | pastoral cycle | poiesis | Theoria | theological reflection | reflection
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Etnografia e Ricerca Qualitativa, ISSN 1973-3194, 09/2016, Issue 3, pp. 497 - 511
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TRANS-FORM-ACAO, ISSN 0101-3173, 07/2018, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 9 - 38
Based on a study of the tropes of Aenesidemus discussed by Sextus Empiricus in his Pyrrhoniae Hypotyposes, we propose a reading which leads us to the need to... 
Epoche | Poiesis | Radical universality | PHILOSOPHY | Physis | Psyche | Skepticism | Truth
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Trans/Form/Acao, ISSN 0101-3173, 07/2018, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 9 - 38
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e-cadernos CES, ISSN 1647-0737, 06/2018, Volume 29, Issue 29
Written in collaboration – four hands and three disciplinary gazes – and revisiting “Literatura e emigração: poetas emigrantes nos estados de Massachusetts e... 
linguistics-in-flight | migration | poiesis | diversity | language | biographization
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Third World Quarterly, ISSN 0143-6597, 03/2017, Volume 38, Issue 3, pp. 525 - 543
This paper will examine some of the ways in which development has been influenced by the body of ideas known as techne, or technics. This body of ideas focuses... 
poiesis | being | Technics | dasein | enframing | ECONOMICS | PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT | Development economics | Technology | Economic development | Philosophy | Production | Development
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2004, ISBN 0802036414, x, 196
In Poiesis and Possible Worlds, Thomas L. Martin makes a highly focused intervention in the debate about poststructuralist and postmodern theorizing and offers... 
Literature | Possibility | Semantics (Philosophy) | Philosophy | Literature - Philosophy | Language and Literature | Language & Literature | Electronic books | Poiesis | English Literature | General Literary Studies | Literary Theory | Modality
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Ilha do Desterro, ISSN 2175-8026, 01/2016, Volume 69, Issue 1, pp. 235 - 250
Resumo Este trabalho concentra-se nas traduções da obra de E. E. Cummings levadas a cabo da década de 1960 até os anos 2010 pelo poeta-tradutor-crítico Augusto... 
Poiesis | E. E. cummings | Translation | Criticism | Augusto de Campos | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LITERATURE, AMERICAN | LITERATURE, BRITISH ISLES
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