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  • Renz, Monika (2022)
    Fear and Primordial Trust explores fear as an existential phenomenon and how it can be overcome. Illustrated by clinical examples from the author’s practice as a psychotherapist and spiritual caregiver working with the ...
  • Renz, Monika (2022)
    Fear and Primordial Trust explores fear as an existential phenomenon and how it can be overcome. Illustrated by clinical examples from the author’s practice as a psychotherapist and spiritual caregiver working with the ...
  • Flemming, Rebecca (2021)
    Medical and philosophical theories of generation from the classical world are often classified according to whether the female as well as the male produces ‘seed’, the fluid substance which does the most important work in ...
  • Sundqvist, Pia (2022)
    Chapter 25. Learning across the lifespan: Age, language learning, and technology.
  • Koralun-Bereźnicka, Julia; Szramowski, Dawid (2021)
    Chapter 5 attempts to evaluate the relative importance of the country, industry and size effect in the corporate trade credit policies. This is done by analysing the multi-sectional clustering results based on various sets ...
  • Koralun-Bereźnicka, Julia; Szramowski, Dawid (2021)
    This chapter describes the role of trade credit in the functioning of enterprises. It presents the essence and the use of this form of finance, as well as placing it in a historical context. The chapter discusses the role ...
  • Agina, Añulika (2022)
    This handbook brings together an international team of scholars from different disciplines to reflect on African popular cultural imaginaries. These imaginaries – in the sense of cultural productions, contexts, consumers, ...
  • Honneth, Axel (2022)
    This chapter will, first, reconstructs Axel Honneth’s account of the significance of recognition in his book The Struggle for Recognition and track some of the unresolved tensions in it and their role in Honneth’s subsequent ...
  • Volpone, Sabrina; Avery, Derek R.; Wayne, Julie (2022)
    Chapter 2 explores how organizations can bolster their workplace inclusion in ways that consider the natural variation in human neurocognitive functioning to provide altered workplace environments that leverage the strengths ...
  • Thompson, Ashley (2022)
    Among one of the older sub-fields in Buddhist Studies, the study of Theravāda Buddhism is undergoing a revival by contemporary scholars who are revising long-held conventional views of the tradition while undertaking new ...
  • Berkwitz, Stephen C.; Thompson, Ashley (2022)
    Among one of the older sub-fields in Buddhist Studies, the study of Theravāda Buddhism is undergoing a revival by contemporary scholars who are revising long-held conventional views of the tradition while undertaking new ...
  • Tortola, Pier Domenico; Couperus, Stefan (2022)
    Transnational networks of sub-national authorities are an established and growing phenomenon in Europe, where they perform a number of (soft) governance functions for their membership, often in direct connection with ...
  • Turhan, Ebru; Yıldız, Ayselin (2022)
    This chapter investigates and unravels the extent and drivers of Turkey’s external differentiated integration with the EU in the field of border management. While Turkey’s EU accession negotiations remain in a state of ...
  • Boasson, Elin Lerum; Leiren, Merethe Dotterud; Wettestad, Jørgen (2022)
    EU climate policy is characterized by significant degrees of differentiated integration. Although the two topics complement each other, differentiated integration and studies of EU climate policy have rarely been studied ...
  • Schulz, Daniel F.; Verdun, Amy (2022)
    As the guardian of the euro, the European Central Bank (ECB) oversees a prime example of differentiated integration. Against the backdrop of the multiple crises of the euro’s second decade, this contribution asks how the ...
  • Leruth, Benjamin; Gänzle, Stefan; Trondal, Jarle (2022)
    This introductory chapter sets out with a review of the existing literature on differentiation in the European Union (EU); it explains the related concepts and includes a cursory glossary of them at the end. In a nutshell, ...
  • Hellmann, Gunther (2022)
    The digital pdf of Chapter 5 is available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. This collection brings together leading figures in the study of international relations to explore praxis as a perspective on international ...
  • Kuszewska, Agnieszka (2022)
    More than seven decades of Kashmir dispute brought numerous plans, formulas, and resolution initiatives proposed and negotiated both multilaterally and bilaterally. The urge to resolve the conflict constructively is ...
  • Kuszewska, Agnieszka (2022)
    "The presupposition that Muslim-majority regions of India had to be incorporated into the newly established Muslim state in 1947, constituted key point Pakistan’s international narrative, and incessantly cast a shadow on ...
  • Portier, Philippe; Willaime, Jean-Paul (2022)
    This volume examines the perception of the French principle of laïcité or secularism and attempts to demonstrate to English-speaking readers that the configurations of the French model of laïcité are both more flexible and ...

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