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  • The origin and the significance of the logics-analytical method in metaphysics

    Reeves, Joan Wynn (1934)
    The object of this thesis is to consider the method to which reference is made by Bertrand Russell in The Lowell Lectures. Russell himself does not make clear the exact nature of the Logico-Analytic method. A study has therefore been made of Russell's earlier work in relation to that of Professor G.E. Moore. It is seen that Russell derived a certain theory of propositions from Moore. No doubt Russell was greatly influenced by Frege and Meinong but in this thesis it is his relation to Moore th...

    Knowledge mobilisation in healthcare: A critical review of health sector and generic management literature

    Ferlie, Ewan; Crilly, Tessa; Jashapara, Ashok; Peckham, Anna (2012)
    The health policy domain has displayed increasing interest in questions of knowledge management and knowledge mobilisation within healthcare organisations. We analyse here the findings of a critical review of generic management and health-related literatures, covering the period 2000-2008. Using 29 pre-selected journals, supplemented by a search of selected electronic databases, we map twelve substantive domains classified into four broad groups: taxonomic and philosophical (e.g. different ty...

    Suicide beliefs and behaviour among young Muslims and Hindus in the UK

    Loewenthal, K M; Kamal, Z (2002)
    It has been suggested that Hindu tradition is relatively tolerant of suicide, while Islamic tradition has consistently regarded suicide as a very grave sin. This study sought to examine the possible impact of religious-cultural tradition by examining suicide-related beliefs and reported behaviour in non-clinical samples of young Hindus (n=40) and Muslims (n=60) living in the UK. Participants completed a short demographic questionnaire, the Reasons for Living Inventory, and the measures of sui...
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