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The Ed Techie: The MOOC wars

I admit it, I'm slow on the uptake, but I had a lightbulb moment David Kernohan pointed me at Donald Clark's post on MOOCs "More action in 1 year than 1000" (no hype there then). As Brian Lamb has reported...

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Estamos todos como o austronauta do 2001

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Benjamin//Pedagogy

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Refunctioning Education

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Interpreting The World, Changing The World | Issue 95 | Philosophy Now

Interpreting The World, Changing The World | Issue 95 | Philosophy Now | Deleuze: ciência e flosofia | Scoop.it
Onora O’Neill argues for the value of philosophical research.

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Está lá? Como só sei que nada sabes, nomeo-te Director da CIA

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Deleuze on What Philosophy Is (Podcast)

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How is philosophy different from science and art? What’s the relationship between different philosophies? Is better pursued solo, or in a group? Deleuze described philosophy as the creation of new concepts, whereas science is about functions that map observed regularities and art is about creating percepts and affects. Just reading or writing about past philosophers is not enough; you have to actually create concepts, and to create or understand a concept requires a “plane of immanence,” which is something like a set of background intuitions that is not private to a particular mind...

 

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