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Dancing in Chains: A History of Friedrich Nietzsche's Physiological Relativism
This study examines the historical development of Friedrich Nietzsches physiological relativism through a reading of his private and published works as well as several of the periodicals and scientific popularizations with ...
An Aesthetic Education: Conceptualizing Education through Contemporary Artists and their Work
This dissertation inquires into a theory of learning through an examination of the intersection of art and education. With the work of educational theorists who explore how art may call our attention to the conflicts and ...
What Words Can Do: Analyzing Adult/Child Relations in Narratives of Literature and Psychosocial Theory
This thesis enters into an analysis of adult/child relations by looking closely at affective social and historical representations of childhood. It asks, how to characterize the self-other relation when the subject is a ...
Schopenhauer's Psychological Worldview: History, Philosophy and Relevance
The complete philosophical works of Arthur Schopenhauer are explored through a comprehensive psychological reading that intends to highlight the holistic theories of human nature that amount to a pessimistic and metaphysical ...
Exhibiting Climate Change: An Examination of the Thresholds of Arts-Sciences Collaborations in the Context of Learning for a Sustainable Future
This dissertation probes the cultural and political thresholds of arts–sciences collaborations in the context of the development of public pedagogy about a sustainable response to climate change. The dissertation is an ...