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  • Gallant, Katharina; Gallant, Zachary (2022-01-31)
    In view of the resurgence of right-wing extremist sentiments and at a time when unverified information is increasingly taken lightly as indisputable facts, it is indispensable to once again critically question the state ...
  • Giner de los Ríos, Francisco; MARTINEZ-NEIRA, MANUEL (2022)
    Written in 1902, on the occasion of the competition "What is the Spanish University today and what should it be in the future", organised by the Universidad de Valencia to celebrate its IV Centenary, this work of Giner's ...
  • CACHÓN CADENAS, MANUEL-JESÚS (2022)
    This work is a complement and continuation of the book by the same author Historias de procesalistas, universidades y una guerra civil (1900-1950) (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid/ed. Dykinson, Madrid, 2012), and includes ...
  • Olivera Serrano, César (2022)
    The manuscript 9/1784 of the Library of the Real Academia de la Historia (Royal Academy of History), known as Registro de Cortes or Libro de Cortes (Registry of Parliament/Book of Parliament), contains a collection of ...
  • Jongerden, Joost; Akkaya, Ahmet Hamdi; Cicek, Ali (2022-06-13)
    In this anthology, Joost Jongerden and Ahmet Hamdi Akkaya take a thorough and by no means uncritical look at the political project of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, the PKK. Quite in contrast to the study of the Kurdish ...
  • Acierno, Antonio; Coppola, Emanuela (2022-06-27)
    The Green Blue Infrastructure is a multifunctional and flexible approach based on various layers, composing an organic network. This design methodology has the potential to recompose together fragments of the contemporary ...
  • Cardona Zuleta, Elvigia; Pabón Mantilla, Ana Patricia; Uribe López, María Isabel; Acevedo López, Doris Elena; Montealegre Avendaño, Dignay Virginia; Montoya Betancur, Katherin; Universidad Católica Luis Amigó (2022-06-23)
  • Jäckel, Florian (2022-06-15)
    Notions of the unborn can be found in diverse medical, philosophical and theological works from antiquity to the present. While prior studies have examined similarities and differences between such notions in various learned ...
  • Bast, Jürgen; von Harbou, Frederik; Wessels, Janna (2022-06-15)
    The EU has become a powerful player in the area of migration. As a result, European migration policies increasingly conflict with the EU’s commitment to respect Human Rights. The book identifies the most pressing challenges, ...
  • Wunner, Katharina (2022-06-15)
    How can access to machine-generated, non-personal industry data be improved? The author addresses this question on the basis of an economically justified need for regulation in the digital economy. With a view to the ...
  • Gutierrez Borda, Alberto Ernesto (2022-05-04)
    The distant origins of this book are found in my lecture notes that I wrote and rewrote for several years. The traces are the constant smudges that I made from time to time when I rediscovered these topics, you may not ...
  • Ojeda Pandia, Elisban Nelson (2022-02-28)
    Peru faces great problems in the educational level. The first problem lies in the lack of quality and equity. We are a country that is too inequitable in terms of the quality of learning, since in the last Student Census ...
  • Cruz Huisa, Ruth Mery; Valero Ancco, Vidnay Noel (2022-01-22)
    The National Curriculum is the framework document of the educational policy of basic education that contains the learning that students are expected to achieve during their basic training, in accordance with the purposes ...
  • Valero Ancco, Vidnay Noel; Cruz Huisa, Ruth Mery (2022-01-13)
    University education is comprehensive, therefore it guarantees the training of enterprising professionals, capable of generating their own spaces for professional development, through research, the transfer of technologies ...
  • Montoya, Robert D. (2022)
    How biodiversity classification, with its ranking of species, has social and political implications as well as implications for the field of information studies. The idea that species live in nature as pure and clear-cut ...
  • Douven, Igor (2022)
    A novel defense of abduction, one of the main forms of nondeductive reasoning. With this book, Igor Douven offers the first comprehensive defense of abduction, a form of nondeductive reasoning. Abductive reasoning, which ...
  • Baber, Christopher (2022)
    Rethinking design through the lens of embodied cognition provides a novel way of understanding human interaction with technology. In this book, Christopher Baber uses embodied cognition as a lens through which to view both ...
  • Graham, Mark; Ferrari, Fabian (2022)
    Understanding the embedded and disembedded, material and immaterial, territorialized and deterritorialized natures of digital work. Many jobs today can be done from anywhere. Digital technology and widespread internet ...
  • Goel, Vinod (2022)
    A new, biologically driven model of human behavior in which reason is tethered to the evolutionarily older autonomic, instinctive, and associative systems. In Reason and Less, Vinod Goel explains the workings of the tethered ...
  • Rogers, Hannah Star (2022)
    How the tools of STS can be used to understand art and science and the practices of these knowledge-making communities. In Art, Science, and the Politics of Knowledge, Hannah Star Rogers suggests that art and science are ...

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