3 edition of Transdisciplinarity found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Margaret A. Somerville & David J. Rapport.|
|Series||Advances in sustainable development|
|Contributions||Rapport, David., Somerville, Margaret A., Colloquium on Transdisciplinarity (1998 : Abbaye de Royaumont)|
|LC Classifications||BD255 .T725 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
A Vision of Transdisciplinarity book. Laying Foundations for a World Knowledge Dialogue. Edited By Frederic Darbellay, Moira Cockell, Jerome Billotte, Francis Waldvogel. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 4 September Pub. location New York. Imprint EPFL by: Transdisciplinarity Starts Off with Complex Societal Problems. of the project its scientific results were prepared as a series of articles in peer-reviewed journals and as an edited book that introduces the concept of a Green and Sustainable Pharmacy (Kümmerer and Hempel, ).Cited by:
Within the book, three transdisciplinary, African higher education case studies are book-ended with chapters dealing with the concept of transdisciplinarity. They describe Chapter 1 as “a comprehensive literature review on the intellectual development of trandisciplinarity” and Chapter 5 as “a reflective chapter [that] opens up the topic. This book brings international perspectives to bear on thinking about and through transdisciplinarity on professional development and education. The scope of the book ranges from the idea of transdisciplinarity and its applications in professional practice to considerations of pedagogy and transdisciplinary research.
Unifies science and the sacred based on what we've learned from quantum physics. In this manifesto for the twenty-first century, Basarab Nicolescu, a Romanian quantum physicist, uses the unification of the scientific culture and the sacred as his axis to address the problem of fragmentation which plagues contemporary life. Its a matter of privilege to share with readers and colleagues regarding the latest Book on Scientific Research in Homeopathy titled Transdisciplinarity and Translationality in High Dilution Research: Signals and Images by chapter Recent research on high dilutions in India has been contributed by Dr Saurav was a challenge as well as motivation to write about contributions of.
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Transdisciplinarity Potentials of Information, Marilena Lunca. Transdisciplinarity Interface in Cyberspace, Rene Berger. On Connection and Community: Transdisciplinarity and the Arts, Rosemary Ross Johnston. Design Studies: A Transdisciplinarity Perspective, Francois-Xavier Nzi iyo Nsenga.5/5(2).
An invaluable book on the emergent field of transdisciplinarity that explains how it applies to library service and collections conceptually and identifies practical strategies for supporting transdisciplinary research conducted by faculty and by: 1.
His approach to transdisciplinarity continues to evolve, witnessed by his recent book on transdisciplinarity and cosmodernity (Nicolescu, ). But fundamentally, Nicolescu’s conceptualization of transdisciplinarity is grounded in the tenets of metaphysics, quantum physics, and complexity science.
After a lull, transdisciplinarity re-emerged in the s as an urgent issue relating to the solution of new, highly complex, global concerns, beginning with climate change and sustainability and Author: Jay Bernstein.
Return to Article Details Transdisciplinarity: A Review of Its Origins, Development, and Current Issues Transdisciplinarity: A Review of Its Origins, Development, and Current Issues. What is Transdisciplinarity. Definition of Transdisciplinarity: A fusing of theories, methods and expertise across disciplinary boundaries in which each discipline merges with the others in the formation of a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.
New disciplines may emerge as in the case of Transdisciplinarity book “New Biology” which is the result of collaborative efforts on behalf of traditional.
Because transdisciplinarity is radical, in the sense that is goes to the roots of knowledge, and questions our way of thinking and our construction and organization of requires a discipline of self-inquiry that integrates the knower in the process of knowing.
Transdisciplinarity: Joint Problem Solving Among Science, Technology, and Society: An Effective Way for Managing Complexity Schwerpunktprogramm Umwelt Programme Prioritaire Environnement Priority Programme Environment Schwerpunktprogramm Umwelt Programme Prioritaire Environneme Schwerpunktprogramm Umwelt: Synthesebücher.
Transdisciplinarity Revealed. [Victoria Martin] this is a very thought-provoking and timely book for academic librarians interested in and wanting to get involved and knowledgeable about the topic of transdisciplinarity.".
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Transdisciplinarity by J. Thompson Klein,Birkhäuser edition, paperback Transdisciplinarity ( edition) | Open Library. As such, Super Dimensions in Globalisation and Education is essential reading for all educational researchers, whatever their interests or location.” (Professor Bob Lingard, The University of Queensland, Australia) “This is a highly imaginative book that stops ‘flat.
The International Center for Transdisciplinary Research (CIRET) is a non-profit organization, located in Paris and founded in The aim of our organization is to develop research in a new scientific and cultural approach - the transdisciplinarity - whose aim is to lay bare the nature and characteristics of the flow of information circulating between the various branches of knowledge.
This book is a fascinating blend of mysticism, quantum physics, and epistemology. Many of Nicolescu's definitions and descriptions of transdisciplinarity are very useful, especially for /5. Transdisciplinarity Revealed What Librarians Need to Know.
by Victoria Martin, Foreword by Alfonso Montuori. Are you at a loss when it comes to supporting transdisciplinary research by your faculty and students.
This book is an essential resource for academic librarians on new modes of knowledge production. Print Flyer. Transdisciplinarity: A Roadmap (This is the text of the introduction by Roland. Scholz, Larisa P. Kiaschenko, Valentin A. Bazhanov) This book is the first publication in Russia devoted to fully understanding transdisciplinarity, which may be considered a new phenomenon or a methodology for the development of modern science and culture.
On transdisciplinarity. Link/Page Citation 1. Preliminary remark The concept of transdisciplinarity--which in the context of the philosophy of science I introduced already 20 years ago, as a further development of the concept of interdisciplinarity (Mittelstrass )--has found a foothold in science and may even be becoming fashionable.
Basarab Nicolescu (born MaPloieşti, Romania) is an honorary theoretical physicist at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Laboratoire de Physique Nucléaire et de Hautes Énergies, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, is also a Professor at the Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania and Docteur ès-Sciences Physiques (PhD),Université.
Since my adolescence, even though the word “transdisciplinarity” had not yet been invented. My first book, published in Romania injust a few months before my de-finitive departure for France – Ion Barbu, The Cosmology of the Second Game, Editura Transdisciplinary Basarab Nicolescu International Center for Transdisciplinary.
Transdisciplinarity: Joint Problem Solving among Science, Technology, and Society An Effective Way for Managing Complexity Book January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Book Description ‘Transdisciplinarity’ is a form of research and practice that synthesises knowledge from a range of academic disciplines and from the community.
Afrikology and Transdisciplinarity A Restorative Epistemology by Dani W. Nabudere. This monograph is intended to examine the epistemology of restorative rights in view of the continuing violation of rights in all aspects of life on the African continent and other parts of the world.
It is based on the research, which the Marcus Garvey Pan.Book Description: Transdisciplinarity provides an essential context for understanding some of the most important, complex, and difficult issues we face, whether in environmental protection, maintaining our health care systems, drafting new laws, formulating public policy, accommodating religious and cultural pluralism, or dealing humanely and respectfully with an ageing population.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Alfonso Montuori In Vitro and In Vivo Knowledge --Methodology of Transdisciplinarity / Basarab Nicolescu The Reform of Thought, Transdisciplinarity, and Reform of the University / Edgar Morin Transdisciplinarity and the Plight of Education / Giuseppe Del Re