A Language of Freedom and Teacher's Authority


A Language of Freedom and Teacher's Authority
Tezgiden Cakcak, Sebahat Yasemin (Lexington Books, Lanham (MD), USA , 2017-05-01)
A post-pandemic reassessment of the New Urbanism principles
Kaya, Yasin Yağız; Akkar Ercan, Z. Müge; Department of City and Regional Planning (2021-12-09)
To live and take shelter, creating a physical environment for human beings first started with carving and then continued with the learning of constructing and building. These constructed physical environments expanded over time according to the needs and ultimately became cities. Several factors affect the physical forms of the cities. Some of these factors are directly related to human decisions, while others are independent of people. In history, cities and urban space design have continuously changed and...
A dialogic theory of education exemplified in the context of primary mathematics
Wegerif, Rupert; Kazak, Sibel (2014-08-22)
A realistic conception of morality
Cengiz, Erdal; İnam, Ahmet; Department of Philosophy (1996)
A Basic Nietzschean Model in Lieu of the Causal Maxim
Özkurt, Tolga Esat (2021-10-01)
Causal knowledge unquestionably provides useful means to describe, explain and predict both natural and daily phenomena. This article addresses whether causality as such may not be ontologically primary and looks for an alternative fundamental mechanism encapsulating the information load of the causal framework. A probabilistic process view of reality asserting the struggle of natural forces is considered along with lines quoted from Nietzsche's posthumously published notebooks and published work. Examples ...
Citation Formats
S. Y. Tezgiden Cakcak, “A Language of Freedom and Teacher’s Authority,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498524650/A-Language-of-Freedom-and-Teacher%E2%80%99s-Authority-Case-Comparisons-from-Turkey-and-the-United-States.