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Several 20th century philosophers, have repeatedly and overtly made a fundamental distinction between direct sources of knowledge (instantaneous representation) and delayed sources of knowledge (description). I wish to especially emphasize that the presence or absence of time in the process of repre...
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Instantaneous representation offers the promise of showing reality itself, but as all representation removes context, it still relies on what are traditionally considered to be elements of writing, rather than existing in opposition to writing. Narrative is essential in any form of representation, a...
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Investigates how the scales of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) combine interactively to predict strategic intentions for handling interpersonal conflict. The MBTI and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (R. H. Kilmann and K. W. Thomas, 1977) were administered to heterogeneous samples ...
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