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    Mitroff, Ian
    Business schools, which are at the forefront of teaching organizational change management, need to change themselves substantially. The prime intent of this reflection is to contribute to the improvement of business schools so that society as a whole . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    Philosophy begins with some problem caused by some or the other sense of illusion, doubt, confusion, inconsistency, incompleteness, etc., we confront when we become reflective or self-conscious of in a theorization, or conceptualization on a concept a . . .
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    Tiwari, Devendra Nath
    No reality can get the value of being reality if it is beyond knowledge. It cannot be life and part of practice and cannot serve for the welfare if it is not revealed determinately. It is trivial to say that my reality is beyond my knowledge, separate . . .
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    Student Research
    Alvarez, Kimberly
    Development of a Latina Epistemology: Consciousness By Way of Ganas Dr. Aguilar-Hernandez (Mentor) Gender, Ethnic, Multicultural Studies Kimberly Denise Alvarez This research was conducted to address the journey of two former immigrants from El Salvad . . .
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    Wawrytko, Sandra
    Jerry Z. Muller argues that the recent economic malaise, “our first epistemologically-driven depression,” is due to the unconscious incompetence of those entrusted with the global economy. Recognizing that conceptual errors (viparyasa/viparyaya) preve . . .
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    Verma, Ajay
    The quickest of our actions presupposes and involves some minimal ontological conception of the object towards which our actions may be directed. Even our reflexive actions can only be understood in terms of some minimal subconscious understanding of . . .
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    Thesis
    Stein, Sandra J.
    Purpose and Intent: To show the epistemological significance of narrative as a cohesive method to describe experience, learning, and understanding. To trace the personal development of integrated knowledge through relational integration, and to use ex . . .