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Postmoderne Wissensorganisation oder: Wie subversiv ist Wikipedia?
Dina Brandt
Libreas : Library Ideas , 2009,
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Skurril, phantastisch, verrückt. Vision und Wirklichkeit in Bibliotheken der Kinderliteratur
Susanne Brandt
Libreas : Library Ideas , 2006,
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Mit PISA in die Schieflage. Ein Essay
Susanne Brandt
Libreas : Library Ideas , 2010,
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Bibliotheken und Soziale Gerechtigkeit – Fünf Thesen für eine m gliche Positionierung und Umsetzung in der bibliothekarischen Praxis
Susanne Brandt
Libreas : Library Ideas , 2012,
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A Potential Protein Target for Tuberculosis Treatment: Purification and Structural Analysis of Mt1054
Brandt Lydon
JPUR : Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research , 2012,
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Anvendelse af topografiske kort til monitering af biotoper
Jesper Brandt
Geoforum Perspektiv , 2004,
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Robustness of multidimensional analyses against local item dependence
Steffen Brandt
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling , 2012,
Abstract: The negative impact of local item dependence (LID) on analyses using item response theory (IRT) has been investigated by many authors. Hitherto though, these investigations focused on unidimensional analyses. The objective of the simulation study presented here is to investigate the impact of LID on multidimensional analyses. The chosen simulation design considers tests with LID due to item bundles and compares the results of multidimensional analyses obtained with varying item bundle effect sizes, varying correlation levels for the latent traits, and different test designs. The results indicate that in multidimensional analyses LID results in a bias for the covariance estimation and that the direction of the bias interferes with the chosen test design.
ON ‘INTERCULTURALITY’: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH APPLYING ETHNOMETHODOLOGY TO THE STUDY OF INTERCULTURAL INTERACTIONS
ADAM BRANDT
Annual Review of Education, Communication and Language Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: This paper discusses previous research which has applied an ethnomethodological approach to the study of intercultural communication . Particular attention is paid to the work of Nishizaka (1995) and Mori (2003). In examining the themes and focuses of such research, it will become apparent that interculturality tends to be operationalised in one of two ways, as either (1) the making relevant the foreignness of one or more of the interactants, or (2) the associating of one or more interactants with knowledge of specific national cultural items, such as food. It will be argued that both of these operationalisations are potentially problematic. In closing, possible similarities and differences between the work discussed and my own PhD research will be considered.
Reflexiones acerca de la prudencia en Kant
Brandt, Reinhard
Isegoría , 2004,
Abstract: Kant discusses prudence in many different contexts. His pragmatic anthropology is a doctrine of prudence; Kant lectured on anthropology from 1772-1773 until 1795-1796 and published a resumee of those lectures in 1798. In his moral philosophy, prudence appear under various aspects. First, it is an opponent to pure morality, trying to guide human life instead of conceding primacy to the categorical imperative; but on the other hand it is a moral duty to cultivate prudence as an human faculty which enables us to master pragmatic challenges in our life. And, thirdly, moral philosophy shows the possibility of a convergence of morality and prudence; you can find this in Kant's conception of the highest good in ethics and in political philosophy, in the idea, that moral actions will show themselves to be the most prudent. Another important aspect of Kant's philosophy of prudence is the problem of freedom; in the Critique of Practical Reason the moral law is the necessary and sufficient condition of freedom; but then raises the question about whether prudent actions can be free or are merely the products of the determination of the inner sense. Kant analiza el tema de la prudencia en contextos muy diferentes. Su antropología pragmática es una doctrina de la prudencia; un resumen de las lecciones sobre antropología impartidas desde 1772-1773 hasta 1795-1796 fueron publicadas en 1798. En su filosofía moral la prudencia aparece bajo aspectos muy diversos. En primer lugar es un oponente de la pura moralidad que trata de guiar la vida humana concediendo prioridad al imperativo categórico; sin embargo, por otro lado, supone un deber moral el cultivar la prudencia como una facultad humana capaz de introducir cambios pragmáticos en nuestra vida. Y, en tercer lugar, la filosofía moral muestra la posibilidad de una convergencia entre moralidad y prudencia; cabe encontrar esto en la concepción kantiana del sumo bien en la ética y en la filosofía política, en la idea de que las acciones morales se mostrarán al volverse más prudentes. Otro aspecto relevante de la reflexión kantiana sobre la prudencia es el problema de la libertad; en la Crítica de la razón práctica, la ley moral es la condición necesaria y suficiente de la libertad; pero entonces se plantea la cuestión de si las acciones prudentes pueden ser libres O son meros productos de la determinación del sentido interno.
Editorial: Indikation zur Kardiologischen Rehabilitation
Brandt D
Journal für Kardiologie , 2004,
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