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Action, Mind and Matter in G.H. von Wright’s Later Writings

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In the final years of his tireless exploration of the problems arising from “man’s place in nature”, von Wright turned his attention to the philosophy of mind as it relates to rational agency and to its role in the construction of the world of facts. This paper shall highlight (i) how the concept of human action, based on time-bound categories, allows us to reconcile determinism and free action, according to the Kantian concept of man as a “citizen of two worlds”, of the intelligible world in which he is a free agent, and of the phenomenal world in which he is a body subject to causality; Leggi tutto »

 
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Numero 16 AGENCY February, 2016 - Autore:

 

Issue 13 – Evaluation

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Evaluation? Yes, But Not This Way!

 Editorial

 

Our society, based on the sharing of information and knowledge, is also an evaluation society. The parents of school age children have the right, for example, to know the criteria on the basis of which grades are given. Almost everywhere this generates evaluation grids. Leggi tutto »

 

The Evaluation Society: Critique, Contestability and Skepticism

Num°13 EVALUATION
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The essay begins with the observation that evaluation relates to its object in a manner that is not only descriptive, but rather constitutive. Five domains where the constitutive effects of evaluation occur are presented and illustrated. Leggi tutto »

 
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Numero 13 EVALUATION December, 2014 - Autore:

 

Philosophical Assumptions and Program Evaluation

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The transdisciplinary nature of evaluation allows its application in diverse contexts, with diverse stakeholder groups, to address diverse social problems, through the use of diverse methodologies. Leggi tutto »

 
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Numero 13 EVALUATION February, 2015 - Autore:

 

Evaluation as a Socio-Political Intervention

Num°13 EVALUATION
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The logic of evaluation is presented and examined, resulting in the claim that evaluation (of public policies and programs) itself is an intervention in the public sphere. Evaluation accomplishes this primarily via the advancement of selected stakeholder interests and values, Leggi tutto »

 
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Numero 13 EVALUATION February, 2015 - Autore:

 
 
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