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Israel-PLO Peace Process: Interview with Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer (2019)
Journal Article
Cohen-Almagor, R. (2019). Israel-PLO Peace Process: Interview with Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer. Israel Studies, 24(3), 126-156. https://doi.org/10.2979/israelstudies.24.3.06

This article records my interview with one of the foremost American experts on the Middle East, Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer, who served as an ambassador to both Cairo and Jerusalem. The interview covers major peace junctions: Oslo, Camp David and Taba.... Read More

Facebook and Holocaust denial (2015)
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Cohen-Almagor, R. (2015). Facebook and Holocaust denial. Justice magazine, 57(Winter), 10-16

In this article, I take issue with Facebook’s policy that allows Holocaust denial on its web pages because its directors believe that Holocaust denial is not hateful per se. I aim to show that it is hateful and that Facebook and other networking site... Read More

Understanding and Explaining International Terrorism: On The Interrelation between Human and Global Security (2008)
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Beyer, C. (2008). Understanding and Explaining International Terrorism: On The Interrelation between Human and Global Security. Human security journal, 7, 62 - 76

This article compares Galtung's concept of "structural violence" with the one of "human security," and shows why economic and political constraints on human potential should be considered as rootcauses for international terrorism. Applying game theor... Read More

Lula's Development Council: neo-corporatism and policy reform in Brazil (2007)
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Doctor, M. (2007). Lula's Development Council: neo-corporatism and policy reform in Brazil. Latin American perspectives, 34(6), 131 - 148. https://doi.org/10.1177/0094582X07308265

Brazil's recently created Council for Economic and Social Development was designed to enhance democratic governance and socioeconomic development via consultation and dialogue with civil society actors. In its first years of operation, it served to a... Read More

Does double loop learning create reliable knowledge? (2004)
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Blackman, D., Connelly, J., & Henderson, S. (2004). Does double loop learning create reliable knowledge?. Learning Organization, The, 11(1), 11-27

This paper addresses doubts concerning the reliability of knowledge being created by double loop learning processes. Popper's ontological worlds are used to explore the philosophical basis of the way that individual experiences are turned into organi... Read More

The much-maligned and misunderstood eternal consciousness (2003)
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Tyler, C. (2003). The much-maligned and misunderstood eternal consciousness. Bradley Studies, 9(2), 126 - 138. https://doi.org/10.5840/bradley2003926

The primary purpose of this paper is to defend three controversial claims that arise out of T.H. Green’s arguments in the first two books of the Prolegomena to Ethics. The first claim—which I defend in §1—is that one should not try to separate the as... Read More

'Negotiating the 'Modern Wilderness of Interests': Bernard Bosanquet on cultural diversity (2002)
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(2002). 'Negotiating the 'Modern Wilderness of Interests': Bernard Bosanquet on cultural diversity. Contemporary Political Theory, 1(2), 157 - 180. https://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.cpt.9300027

This article argues that, despite its reputation as a homogenising and authoritarian system, the political thought of Bernard Bosanquet contains resources with which to develop a robust and culturally sensitive model of liberal multiculturalism. Thro... Read More

‘Learning from the past: Collingwood and the idea of organisational history' (2001)
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Blackman, D., & Connelly, J. (2001). ‘Learning from the past: Collingwood and the idea of organisational history'. Philosophy of management, 1(2), 43 - 54. https://doi.org/10.5840/pom20011213

Through a consideration of the views of R.G. Collingwood on historical knowledge and conceptual change, this paper addresses organisational issues such as history, culture and memory. It then subjects the idea of ‘learning histories’ to critical scru... Read More