The International Journal of Multi-aspectual Practice (IJMAP)
The International Journal of Multi-aspectual Practice (IJMAP) is a new academic journal that aims to stimulate discussion of the practical application of Dooyeweerd's, and similar, aspects. It is particularly useful for discussions of ways to approach interdisciplinary fields and complex situations.
- Issue 1, May 2011
- Andrew Basden. A Presentation of Herman Dooyeweerd's Aspects of Temporal Reality, pp. 1-28. docx
- Arnold E. Sikkema. Nuancing the place and purpose of the physical aspect in biology and emergence, pp. 29-39 docx
- David S. Caudill. On the role of belief in law and legal theory, pp. 40-46. docx
- Alan M. Cameron. interdisciplinary scholarship: part one: theory of law and the discipline of law, May 2011, pp. 47-53. docx
This page gives access to issues and papers of the International Journal of Multi-aspectual Practice. Originally hosted at the Universities of Northampton and Essex, UK, it is currently held within The Dooyeweerd Pages, which explain, explore and discuss Dooyeweerd's interesting philosophy. Email questions or comments would be welcome.
Written on the Amiga and Protext.
Compiled by (c) 2013 Andrew Basden. You may use this material subject to conditions.
Created: 31 October 2013