TERESITA TANHUECO-TUMAPON

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Part 2 AS described in last week’s column, globalization has influenced the present generation of graduate students to want to experience studying off shores. They read literature on educational systems of other countries, academic leaves, research and teaching assistantships, capstone requirements, comprehensive examinations equivalents, and other practices in overseas universities,…

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OUR membership in the ASEAN University Network (AUN), hopefully, will entice more of our younger academics to want to experience working closely in real time with offshore colleagues. Consequently, we hope HEI’s will free their budding academics for professional leaves in ASEAN universities. With this expectation, let us share brief…

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“ONE looks back to the brilliant teachers with gratitude . . . to those who touched our human feeling.” – Carl Gustav Jung “The little world within us, like the great world without, is full of confusion and strife; but when Jesus enters it, and whispers ‘Peace be unto you,’…

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THE Christmas season or Christmastide,reckoned from Christmas Day, December 25, to the Epiphany or the Feast of the Three Kings, January 6,brings all people together in many ways. Commemorating the birth of Jesus, “the central figure of Christianity,” Christmas is a Christian holiday, nonetheless widely celebrated by non-Christians.There are celebratory…

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Part 3 THE earlier two columns noted the varied perspectives that anchor the classification and categorization of knowledge. These include epistemological (“the rationality of belief or justification”), or positivist (information derived from sensory experience, interpreted through reason and logic) or ontological (the being and knowing of knowledge) views. Thus, knowledge…

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