problematics


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problematics

(ˌprɒblɪˈmætɪks)
pl n
formal problems or difficulties in a particular situation or subject
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McCutcheon continues his exploration of an alternative way for scholars of religion to understand themselves as professionals, to reconceive the problematics that attract their interest, and to reconsider the ends that they might attain as scholars of religion.
Some of the most interesting studies have articulated their arguments and problematics with questions and debates associated with the literature on the African world community in the Americas in general and with the older traditions of studying slavery in the region, including comparative perspectives with the U.
Head of Government announced during a meeting with businessmen dedicated to problematics of systemic violations of the rights of economic entities on Tuesday.
Think the Problematics but in the tradition of the Australian two-pronged guitar assault.
Algis Mickunas explores Augustine on time and Being and how for Husserl this "constitutes the basic problematics of transcendental subjectivity" (p.
Sandlin interrogate public pedagogy and the problematics of using research frames applied to schooling.
Turning to Lebanese politicians, Gemayel added that they're just wasting our time with their illusory problematics and we're incapable of understanding them as they appear on T.
The unlimited nature of the problematics of dialogue does not preclude dialogue to be on the boundaries of other fundamental problems of humanitarian knowledge, in particular, psychology.
This is followed by three of the book's most incisive chapters: from Elana Gomel, Claire Molloy, and Steven Eastwood and Geoffrey Alan Rhodes, which demonstrate the book's aims by mapping their ecological concerns onto disparate disciplines (Soviet political aesthetics, gender studies, the problematics of journalistic integrity and Western archaeology, respectively).
Looking at his methodological writings and his systematic studies of religion overall rather than just his treatment of Protestantism, she finds a greater role for personality in three entangled problematics associated with his comparative historical sociology and theory of social action: individuation, politics, and orientalism.
Both problematics negatively affect the ethos and practice of medicine.
The fifth article joins technological and historical problematics of visuality, extending through the 19th and 20th centuries and to the present (Vilma Zaltauskaite & Ryte Ziuriene).