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E-learning platforms and humanities education: an African case study
(Edinburgh University Press, www.eupjournals.com/ijhac, 2011)
The advent of e-learning has been a welcomed development in African universities, especially in countries where the demand for university education far outstrips capacity. This form of instruction not only has helped in ...
Towards a thinking military philosophical practice and Botswana military training
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
Obedience is traditionally the supreme virtue of the military and, for many people, a soldier is an unthinking automaton that has been conditioned to respond to commands and operate in strictly hierarchical environments. ...
Prolegomena to a Critical Thinking Therapy
(Humanities Institute, Kangwon National University, Korea, http://www.kangwon.ac.kr/english/menu3/sub_03_01_02_14.php, 2014)
Thinking may be a universal feature of human beings but correct, strategic and directed thinking is something that eludes a large section of humanity. Yet it is this kind of directed thinking that is needed in organizations ...
Reasoning and the military decision making process
(Center for Cognition and Neuroethics, http://cognethic.org/, 2014)
The archetypal view of the military is that of a hierarchical organization whose members are conditioned to respond to command without question. Its election of obedience as “the supreme military virtue” portrays it as ...
Between the just and the expedient: the problem of conflict resolution in Africa
(Philosophy Documentation Center; https://www.pdcnet.org/, 2015)
This paper is about African conflicts and their tendency to persist despite attempts to resolve them. Such persistence has in the past been attributed to various causes but it is the contention of this paper that African ...