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In: Traversing the Heart
In: Traversing the Heart
In: Phänomenologie des praktischen Sinns
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In this chapter the models developed by Paul Ricoeur and Jurgen Habermas for appreciating the meaning and value of European integration are applied to the evolving British-Irish political constellation in the new European dispensation. The British-Irish political constellation in the new European dispensation fosters variable layers of compatible identification – regional, national and transnational – and provides the framework for the postnational hospitality envisaged by Habermas and Ricoeur.

In: Europeanisation and Hibernicisation
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In this chapter the models developed by Paul Ricoeur and Jurgen Habermas for appreciating the meaning and value of European integration are applied to the evolving British-Irish political constellation in the new European dispensation. The British-Irish political constellation in the new European dispensation fosters variable layers of compatible identification – regional, national and transnational – and provides the framework for the postnational hospitality envisaged by Habermas and Ricoeur.

In: Europeanisation and Hibernicisation
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Memes are an increasingly prevalent means of communication in online spaces. Their influence is felt in the offline world as attitudes and dispositions traverse the postdigital membrane. The medium is emblematic of the democratic and participatory communities of the internet, yet there is evidence that they play a role in the well-documented political radicalisation that happens in online spaces. Semiotic concepts such as inter and intratextuality, and Peirce’s conception of habit provide a framework to understand how the language of memes is developed and transformed across a network.

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In: Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy
In: Research in Phenomenology
In: Research in Phenomenology
In: Research in Phenomenology
In: Faith in the Enlightenment?