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Czesław Porębski

This book offers a synoptic introduction to an important chapter of Polish 20th century philosophy, by introducing the studies of Kazimierz Twardowski, Tadeusz Czeżowski, Tadeusz Kotarbiński, Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Roman Ingarden, Henryk Elzenberg, Maria Ossowska, and Józef Maria Bocheński and how they contributed to value theory, ethics and aesthetics. These philosophers differed in their more definite interests, methodological approaches, and main results and yet their investigations share a number of characteristic features. Questions of value, considered as extremely vital, are treated with care and precision. In spite of the richness of their insights and an impressive number of detailed results these philosophers refrain from hasty conclusions, trying here, as elsewhere, to conduct their studies in an intellectually and morally responsible way.


Entwicklung - Kernbegriffe - Zusammenhänge

Michael Ruoff

Das Mittelalter

Geschichte im Überblick

Ulrich Knefelkamp

Gina Weinkauff, Gabriele von Glasenapp and Gabriele von Glasenapp

Frank Schimmelfennig

Edited by Hans-Joachim Lauth and Ruth Zimmerling

Gerechter Krieg

Ideengeschichtliche, rechtsphilosophische und ethische Beiträge


Edited by Michael Quante and Dieter Janssen

Spätestens seit der Beteiligung deutscher Soldaten am Kosovo-Krieg im Jahr 1999 hat ein verstärktes Nachdenken über die Problematik der Ethik militärischer Einsätze auch in Deutschland begonnen. Angesichts der Greuel und Massaker in vielen Teilen der Welt hat sich ein strikter, jede Form der Gewaltausübung ablehnender Pazifismus als unbefriedigende Haltung gegenüber diesen Schrecken erwiesen. Es stellt sich jedoch die Frage, was eine sinnvolle Alternative sein könnte. Die Wiederbesinnung auf Theorien gerechter Krieg e stellte sich als eine der möglichen Antworten heraus. Mit Beiträgen von: Matteo Fornari, Otfried Höffe, Dieter Janssen, James Turner Johnson, Ulrike Kleemeier, Frank Köhler, Barbara Merker, Michael Quante, Ludwig Siep, Suzanne Uniacke.

Ingo Liefner and Ludwig Schätzl


STEPS to STEM – Student Science Notebook

Aaron D. Isabelle and Gilbert A. Zinn

A “Sci-Book” or “Science Notebook” serves as an essential companion to the science curriculum supplement, STEPS to STEM. As students learn key concepts in the seven “big ideas” in this program (Electricity & Magnetism; Air & Flight; Water & Weather; Plants & Animals; Earth & Space; Matter & Motion; Light & Sound), they record their ideas, plans, and evidence. There is ample space for students to keep track of their observations and findings, as well as a section to reflect upon the use of “Science and Engineering Practices” as set forth in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
Using a science notebook is reflective of the behavior of scientists. One of the pillars of the Nature of Science is that scientists must document their work to publish their research results; it is a necessary part of the scientific enterprise. This is important because STEPS to STEM is a program for young scientists who learn within a community of scientists. Helping students to think and act like scientists is a critical feature of this program. Students learn that they need to keep a written record if they are to successfully share their discoveries and curiosities with their classmates and with the teacher. Teachers should also model writing in science to help instill a sense of purpose and pride in using and maintaining a Sci-Book. Lastly, students’ documentation can serve as a valuable form of authentic assessment; teachers can utilize Sci-Books to monitor the learning process and the development of science skills.

Christoph Gabriel and Trudel Meisenburg