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E. Paul Colella

.” Theism, on the other hand, believes that “an ideal order that shall be permanently preserved” and consequently releases energy and effort on behalf of ideals. 25 In the materialist view, on the other hand, “the appeal to our moral energy falls short of its maximal stimulating power.” 26 The

Hans Fink

play in a changing and increasingly international society.” Their wish that states should become “more than ever aware” of the social role of universities was in a way already coming true. During the 1970s and 1980s much political energy and large sums of money had been invested in making the

Finn Collin

breakthroughs needed to stave off the looming climate crisis. They are needed in order to develop new methods of energy production, energy storage, and high-tech methods of mitigating those effects of climate change that are already noticeable. It is much wiser to invest in basic research for the common good of

Paul Standish

better be learned! The appeal to a kind of receptivity or reticence here is not just an endorsement of passivity. Emerson’s work is suggestive throughout of a superfluity of energy, and this is evident in the functioning of language itself. We find ourselves on a stair. Around every circle another can be

Jay Schulkin

coping and coding for adversity ( McEwen, 2007 ). And while cortisol is associated with adversity, it is not simply that; most of it is tied to energy expenditure. Cortisol is the hormone at least characterized fairly as the steroid hormone tied to energy balance. Fear is metabolically expensive. It

Daniel P. Richards

in its energy to influence, its suasiveness to move. We might find kinship in current visions of nonhuman agency with Dewey’s non-realist thinking that a thing is nothing more than its sheer potentiality to transform and be transformed in a situation. Is this potentiated quality of becoming what

Søren S. E. Bengtsen, Sune Frølund and Asger Sørensen

introducing the students to classical philosophical issues within ethics, logic, and epistemology, just as they also had to examine them all. This being the case, it is no wonder that in their philosophical research, they probably did not have the energy and time, or maybe not the interest, to reflect

Aaron Pratt Shepherd

the academy to speak to and write for general audiences, he also lent his name, status, and intellectual energy to political organizations and movements in American politics. Dewey did so at a crucial point in American history. Having passed his sixtieth birthday, already a prolific and well

Curtis L. Carter

element that emerged as the photographer engages the subject in a “performative dance” with his lamps and camera. Toma [the photographer artist] needs to move swiftly, not only to catch the moving, changing flow of the person’s auratic energy but also to ensure that only the stationary posing subject and

Tibor Solymosi

on evolutionary biology for philosophy, Dewey also drew on physics throughout his career. As Thomas C. Dalton observes, “Dewey’s earliest writings about the brain indicate that he considered the physics of energy to hold great promise in unlocking the secrets of the brain and mind” (2002, 56). 1