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Rudy Garns
Works at Northern Kentucky University
Attended Syracuse University
Lives in Ft. Thomas, KY
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Mary Badham left the South for Hollywood during the era of segregation, to play Scout in the film adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” and returned to find that people she once considered unequivocally good in fact bore the markings of an evil system. Credit PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY EVERETT
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Disciplinary, Interdisciplinary, Transdisciplinary
Google Ngram Viewer: '[disciplinary]', '[Disciplinary]', '[interdisciplinary]', '[Interdisciplinary]', '[INTERDISCIPLINARY]', '[transdisciplinary]', '[Transdisciplinary]', '[TRANSDISCIPLINARY]', 1800-2000 in English.
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Interdisciplinarity and complexity
In recent decades, the ideas of interdisciplinarity and complexity have become increasingly entwined. This convergence invites an exploration of the links and their implications. The implications span the nature of knowledge, the structure of the university...
In recent decades, the ideas of interdisciplinarity and complexity have become increasingly entwined. This convergence invites an exploration of the links and their implications. The implications span the nature of knowledge,...
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Associate Professor of Philosophy at NKU
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philosopher, educator, citizen, cynic
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Philosopher at NKU.
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  • Syracuse University
    PhD Philosophy, 1983 - 1989
  • Northern Illinois University
    MA Philosophy, 1981 - 1983
  • McDaniel College
    BA Philosophy, 1975 - 1979
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