How to presence

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Physical intelligence: the science of how the body and the mind guide each other through life [i]
  2. () Space and time in the brain [i] [d]
  3. () Pragmatism, perspectivism, and the historicity of science [i] [d] [u]
  4. () Safe-and-substantive perspectivism [i] [d] [u]
  5. () Origins: how earth's history shaped human history [i]
  6. () Explanation, interdisciplinarity, and perspectives [i] [d] [u]
  7. () Seeing from all sides [i]
  8. () A world beyond physics: the emergence and evolution of life [i]
  9. () Psychological time and intertemporal preference [p] [d]
  10. () All data are local: thinking critically in a data-driven society [i] [d]
  11. Michela Massimi & Casey D. McCoy [ed] () Understanding perspectivism: scientific and methodological prospects [i] [d] [u]
  12. () Liquid rules: the delightful and dangerous substances that flow through our lives [i]
  13. () Perspectives, representation, and integration [i] [d] [u]
  14. Ángel Nepomuceno Fernández, Lorenzo Magnani, Francisco J. Salguero, Cristina Barés Gómez, & Matthieu Fontaine [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: inferential models for logic, language, cognition and computation [i] [d]
  15. () Temporal focus: thinking about the past, present, and future [p] [d]
  16. () The infinite game [i]
  17. () This could be our future: a manifesto for a more generous world [i]
  18. () One day: the extraordinary story of an ordinary 24 hours in America [i]
  19. () The heart of community engagement: practitioner stories from across the globe [i] [d]
  20. () The nature of life and death: every body leaves a trace [i]
  21. () Zen and deep evolution: the optical delusion of separation [d]
  22. () Timefulness: how thinking like a geologist can help save the world [i] [d]
  23. () Earthrise +50: Apollo 8, Mead, Gore and Gaia [d]
  24. () Rethinking time: implications for well-being [d]
  25. Daniel J. Nicholson & John Dupré [ed] () Everything flows: towards a processual philosophy of biology [i] [d] [u]
  26. () Modesty as an excellence in moral perspective taking [d]
  27. () Into the extreme: U.S. environmental systems and politics beyond Earth [i] [j]
  28. () At home, even in the sky: trillions upon trillions of viruses fall from the sky each day [u]
  29. () Remembering the future: natural disaster, place, and symbolic survival [d]
  30. () Constructing reality with models [d]
  31. () Awe, the diminished self, and collective engagement: universals and cultural variations in the small self [p] [d]
  32. () Operant behavior in model systems [i] [d]
  33. () What makes time special? [i] [d]
  34. () Effectiveness of immersive videos in inducing awe: an experimental study [p] [d]
  35. () Busting out: predictive brains, embodied minds, and the puzzle of the evidentiary veil [d]
  36. () Zen's nonegocentric perspectivism [i] [d]
  37. () Time scales and levels of organization [d]
  38. N. J. Enfield & Paul Kockelman [ed] () Distributed agency [i] [d]
  39. () Enactivist interventions: rethinking the mind [i] [d]
  40. () Inner experience and the good therapist [i] [d]
  41. () Individuality and entanglement: the moral and material bases of social life [i] [d]
  42. () Why a systems thinking perspective on cognition matters for innovation and knowledge creation: a framework towards leaving behind our projections from the past for creating new futures [d]
  43. Lesley Head, Katarina Saltzman, Gunhild Setten, & Marie Stenseke [ed] () Nature, temporality and environmental management: Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes [i] [d]
  44. () Reperceiving the future [d]
  45. () John Dewey and an ecological philosophy of religion [u]
  46. () Prospection, well-being, and mental health [i] [d]
  47. () Root-brains: the frontiers of cognition in the light of John Dewey's philosophy of nature [d]
  48. () How is awe connected to wisdom? [u]
  49. () The six extinctions: visualizing planetary ecological crisis today [d]
  50. () Remembrance of things to come: a conversation between Zen and neuroscience on the predictive nature of the mind [d]
  51. () The active construction of the visual world [p] [d]
  52. () Terrestrial lessons: the conquest of the world as globe [i] [d]
  53. () Behave: the biology of humans at our best and worst [i]
  54. () The zoomable universe: an epic tour through cosmic scale, from almost everything to nearly nothing [i]
  55. () Learning from animations: from 2D to 3D? [i] [d]
  56. () Brain connectivity during encoding and retrieval of spatial information: individual differences in navigation skills [p] [d]
  57. () Persons as dialogical-hermeneutical-relational beings: new circumstances 'call out' new responses from us [d]
  58. Frédérique de Vignemont & Adrian J. T. Alsmith [ed] () The subject's matter: self-consciousness and the body [i]
  59. () Informed reflexivity: enacting epistemic virtue [d]
  60. R. Charles Weller [ed] () 21st-century narratives of world history: global and multidisciplinary perspectives [i] [d]
  61. () Seeing the whole [i]
  62. () Experienced wholeness: integrating insights from Gestalt theory, cognitive neuroscience, and predictive processing [i] [d]
  63. () The explanatory significance of wholes: how exclusive reliance on antecedent-consequent models of explanation undermines the study of persons [d]
  64. Shyam Wuppuluri & Giancarlo Ghirardi [ed] () Space, time, and the limits of human understanding [i] [d]
  65. () The 'big picture': the problem of extrapolation in basic research [d]
  66. () Physical, behavioral and spatiotemporal perspectives of home in humans and other animals [i] [d]
  67. () An embracing thought: contemporary Sōtō interpretations of hishiryō [d]
  68. () Beyond telling: where new computational media is taking model-based reasoning [i] [d]
  69. Yuval Dolev & Michael Roubach [ed] () Cosmological and psychological time [i] [d]
  70. Ross E. Dunn, Laura Jane Mitchell, & Kerry Ward [ed] () The new world history: a field guide for teachers and researchers [i] [j]
  71. () Past and future adaptation pathways [d]
  72. () Program Earth: environmental sensing technology and the making of a computational planet [i] [d]
  73. () Rethinking individuality: the dialectics of the holobiont [d]
  74. () Overview: a new perspective of earth [i]
  75. () The interface theory of perception [d]
  76. () Distrusting the present [d]
  77. () Metatherapeutic processing as a change-based therapeutic immediacy task: building an initial process model using a task-analytic research strategy [d]
  78. () Environmental Virtual Observatories (EVOs): prospects for knowledge co-creation and resilience in the information age [d]
  79. () The distressed body: rethinking illness, imprisonment, and healing [i] [d]
  80. () Experiential personal construct psychology and the integral universe: theoretical and clinical implications [i] [d]
  81. () Everything counts: the organizing activity of an interpretive attitude [d]
  82. () The intelligent behavior of plants [d]
  83. Roman Madzia & Matthias Jung [ed] () Pragmatism and embodied cognitive science: from bodily intersubjectivity to symbolic articulation [i] [d]
  84. () Scientific models are distributed and never abstract: a naturalistic perspective [i] [d]
  85. () Time and consciousness [i] [d]
  86. () Dust [i]
  87. () First person action research: living life as inquiry [i]
  88. () Embodying rationality [i] [d]
  89. () Innovation in the collective brain [p] [d]
  90. Mihai Nadin [ed] () Anticipation across disciplines [i] [d]
  91. () The From Here to There (FHT) model of human development [u]
  92. () The mindful self in space and time [i] [d]
  93. () Between the international and the everyday: geopolitics and imaginaries of home [d]
  94. () At land's end: novel spaces and the limits of planetarity [d]
  95. () Attitude: how we learn to inhabit the future [i] [d]
  96. () Atmosphere: context, detachment, and the view from above Earth [d]
  97. () Look inside: cutaway illustrations and visual storytelling [i]
  98. () Theory as vision [d]
  99. () The overview effect: awe and self-transcendent experience in space flight [d]
  100. () I contain multitudes: the microbes within us and a grander view of life [i]
  101. () One practice samādhi [or: Constantly sitting samādhi] [i]
  102. () Emptiness and omnipresence: an essential introduction to Tiantai Buddhism [i]
  103. () Vanishing into things: knowledge in Chinese tradition [i]
  104. () Time perspective coaching [i] [d]
  105. Margarita Vázquez Campos & Antonio Manuel Liz Gutiérrez [ed] () Temporal points of view: subjective and objective aspects [i] [d]
  106. () Occupation bedbug: or, the urgency and agency of professional pragmatism [d]
  107. () All concepts are ad hoc concepts [i] [d] [j]
  108. () Surfing uncertainty: prediction, action, and the embodied mind [i] [d]
  109. Bruce Clarke [ed] () Earth, life, and system: evolution and ecology on a Gaian planet [i] [d] [j]
  110. () The now and the passage of time: from physics to psychology [d]
  111. Amy J. Elias & Christian Moraru [ed] () The planetary turn: relationality and geoaesthetics in the twenty-first century [i]
  112. () Collaborative developmental action inquiry [i] [d]
  113. () Universal logic as a science of patterns [i] [d]
  114. (/2016) The universe in your hand: a journey through space, time, and beyond [i]
  115. () A neurophenomenology of awe and wonder: towards a non-reductionist cognitive science [i] [d]
  116. () The orbital perspective: lessons in seeing the big picture from a journey of seventy-one million miles [i]
  117. () Radical alterity is just another way of saying 'reality': a reply to Eduardo Viveiros de Castro [d]
  118. () The digital globe and new mediations of the environment [i] [d]
  119. () The value of educators 'on the floor': comparing three modes of presenting Science On a Sphere [d]
  120. () Sounding the limits of life: essays in the anthropology of biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  121. () Spaceship Earth in the environmental age, 1960–1990 [i] [d]
  122. () Mediating scale: from the cosmic zoom to trans-scalar ecology [i] [u]
  123. () The life of lines [i] [d]
  124. () The age of the world motion picture: cosmic visions in the post-Earthrise era [i] [d]
  125. () Do meditators have higher awareness of their intentions to act? [d]
  126. () The uncharted territory: time perspective research meets clinical practice: temporal focus in psychotherapy across adulthood and old age [i] [d]
  127. () Subjective and objective aspects of points of view [i] [d]
  128. () Cultivating intention (as we enter the fray): the skillful practice of embodying presence, awareness and purpose as action researchers [i] [d]
  129. () Reading for the planet: toward a geomethodology [i] [d]
  130. () Understanding starts in the mesocosm: conceptual metaphor as a framework for external representations in science teaching [d]
  131. () Sustainable values, sustainable change: a guide to environmental decision making [i] [d]
  132. () Rethinking thought: inside the minds of creative scientists and artists [i] [d]
  133. () A sketch is not enough: dynamic external support increases creative insight on a guided synthesis task [d]
  134. () The myth of the present moment [d]
  135. () Knowing differently in systemic intervention [d]
  136. () Analyzing in the present [d]
  137. () A new psychology for sustainability leadership: the hidden power of ecological worldviews [i] [d]
  138. () The really big one: an earthquake will destroy a sizable portion of the coastal Northwest—the question is when [u]
  139. () Interdependence: biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  140. Lívia Mathias Simão, Danilo Silva Guimarães, & Jaan Valsiner [ed] () Temporality: culture in the flow of human experience [i]
  141. () Surprisability and practical rationality: knowledge advancement through the explication of interpretation [i] [d]
  142. () Unflattening [i]
  143. () Reclaiming travel [i] [d]
  144. () Alternative GIS (alt.gis) and the six senses of the new mind: is alt.gis transforming GIS into a liberation technology? [i] [d]
  145. () Governance capabilities for dealing wisely with wicked problems [d]
  146. () Waste [i]
  147. () My GIS: a ten by ten approach [GIS as a model for individualized medicine] [i]
  148. () Skyfaring: a journey with a pilot [i]
  149. () Mental simulation and meaning in life [p] [d]
  150. () Patterns in the fabric of nature [i] [d]
  151. () The invention of nature: Alexander von Humboldt's new world [i]
  152. Valtteri Arstila & Dan Lloyd [ed] () Subjective time: the philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience of temporality [i] [d] [j]
  153. () The power of noticing: what the best leaders see [i]
  154. () Cosmigraphics: picturing space through time [i]
  155. () Scalar travel documentaries: animating the limits of the body and life [d]
  156. () Developmental process emerges from extended brain–body–behavior networks [p] [d]
  157. () Complexity in relational processing predicts changes in functional brain network dynamics [p] [d]
  158. () Reality mining: using big data to engineer a better world [i] [j]
  159. () Theory U applied in transformative development [i]
  160. (/2016) Pragmatic interventions into enactive and extended conceptions of cognition [i] [d]
  161. () The power of 'mapping the territory': why economists should become more aware of the performativity of their models [d]
  162. Olen Gunnlaugson, Charles Baron, & Mario Cayer [ed] () Perspectives on theory U: insights from the field [i]
  163. () Gaia: 'thinking like a planet' as transformative learning [d]
  164. () Dimensions of integration in embedded and extended cognitive systems [d]
  165. () The homing instinct: meaning & mystery in animal migration [i]
  166. () Objects of consciousness [d]
  167. () Our cosmic insignificance [or significance?] [d]
  168. () Taking the pulse of a continent: expanding site-based research infrastructure for regional- to continental-scale ecology [d]
  169. () The myth of the bodily felt sense [i]
  170. Peter J. Rentfrow [ed] () Geographical psychology: exploring the interaction of environment and behavior [i] [d]
  171. () The bird's-eye view: toward an environmental history of aviation [d]
  172. () Remote sensing place: satellite images as visual spatial imaginaries [d]
  173. () Sensor data streams [i] [d]
  174. () Living systems theory of vocational behavior and development [i] [d]
  175. () Depth, perception, and action: past, present, and future [d]
  176. () Perspective: the calm within the storm [i]
  177. () Perspectival knowing: Karl Jaspers and Ronald N. Giere [i] [d]
  178. () The role of locomotion in psychological development [p] [d]
  179. () Curiosity: how science became interested in everything [i] [d]
  180. () The big world in the small: layered dynamics of meaning-making in the everyday [d]
  181. () Outer space religion and the overview effect: a critical inquiry into a classic of the pro-space movement [d]
  182. () Whatever next?: predictive brains, situated agents, and the future of cognitive science [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  183. () Science and the messy, uncontrollable world of nature [i] [d]
  184. () The feeling body: affective science meets the enactive mind [i] [d]
  185. () Emotional states from affective dynamics [d]
  186. () The role of mental simulation in embodied cognition [d]
  187. () Constructing memory, imagination, and empathy: a cognitive neuroscience perspective [d]
  188. () Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i] [d]
  189. () Onward [or: Unity] [i] [d]
  190. () Moment-to-moment brain signal variability: a next frontier in human brain mapping? [d]
  191. () The derivation of space [i]
  192. () Epistemic economics and organization: forms of rationality and governance for a wiser economy [i]
  193. (/2016) The fragmentation of philosophy, the road to reintegration [i] [d]
  194. () Towards an ontology of the present moment [d]
  195. () Shapes, scents and sounds: quantifying the full multi-sensory basis of conceptual knowledge [d]
  196. () The predictive mind [i] [d]
  197. () Macrocognition: a theory of distributed minds and collective intentionality [i] [d]
  198. () Making: anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture [i] [d]
  199. Pietari Kääpä & Tommy Gustafsson [ed] () Transnational ecocinema: film culture in an era of ecological transformation [i]
  200. () How forests think: toward an anthropology beyond the human [i] [d] [j]
  201. () Big data in history: a world-historical archive [i] [d]
  202. () Sensor technologies: healthcare, wellness, and environmental applications [i] [d]
  203. () Evidence-centered design for simulation-based assessment [p] [d]
  204. () Coherence of pre-service physics teachers' views of the relatedness of physics concepts [d]
  205. () The tangle of space and time in human cognition [p] [d]
  206. () To touch the face of God: the sacred, the profane and the American space program, 1957–1975 [i]
  207. () Cartography as a window to the world [d]
  208. Anat Pick & Guinevere Narraway [ed] () Screening nature: cinema beyond the human [i] [j]
  209. () Drilling into complex 3D models with gimlenses [i] [d]
  210. () How many trees are there in the Amazon? [u]
  211. () Behavioral landscapes and change in behavioral landscapes: a multiple time-scale density distribution approach [d]
  212. () Real-time space–time integration in GIScience and geography [d]
  213. Nikol Rummel, Manu Kapur, Mitchell J. Nathan, & Sadhana Puntambekar [ed] () To see the world and a grain of sand: learning across levels of space, time and scale [u]
  214. () Crisis mapping, bio blitzes, and Google Flu Trends [u]
  215. () Leading from the emerging future: from ego-system to eco-system economies [i]
  216. () Landscape of the unknown: mobilizing three understandings of landscape to interpret American and Indian cinematic outer space [d]
  217. () Self-emplacement in the lifeworld: the geographic imagination of American middle adolescents [o] [u]
  218. Marjorie Taylor [ed] () The Oxford handbook of the development of imagination [i] [d]
  219. () Space as an invention of biological organisms [u]
  220. () Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to 'living with' [d]
  221. () Putting time in perspective [u]
  222. () Martin Luther King Jr. and the morality of legal practice: lessons in love and justice [i] [d]
  223. () A systems view on revenge and forgiveness systems [d]
  224. () Karl Jaspers' multiperspectivalism [p] [d]
  225. () Building imaginary worlds: the theory and history of subcreation [i]
  226. () Intrinsic default mode network connectivity predicts spontaneous verbal descriptions of autobiographical memories during social processing [d]
  227. () The open path: recognizing nondual awareness [i]
  228. () A theory of spatial system archetypes [d]
  229. () Environmental concern, moral education and our place in nature [d]
  230. () Introduction to the senses: from biology to computer science [i] [d]
  231. () History from within?: contextualizing the new neurohistory and seeking its methods [d]
  232. () What a plant knows: a field guide to the senses [i]
  233. () Seeing deep structure from the interactions of surface features [d]
  234. () Developing an integrated history and future of people on earth (IHOPE) [d]
  235. () Anchoring a terrain: landscape beyond urbanism [i] [d]
  236. () Walking in beauty: an American Indian perspective on social justice [d]
  237. () Maps help landowners think beyond human scale [d]
  238. () Layered history: styles of reasoning as stratified conditions of possibility [d]
  239. () How does expansive framing promote transfer?: several proposed explanations and a research agenda for investigating them [d]
  240. () Epistemological parallels between the Nikāyas and the Upaniṣads [d]
  241. () Metacognition and reasoning [d]
  242. () The time of the explicating process [i] [d]
  243. () Implicit precision [i] [d]
  244. () Process generates structures: structures alone don't generate process [u]
  245. () Scientific cognition: human centered but not human bound [d]
  246. () A symbiotic view of life: we have never been individuals [p] [d]
  247. () Keep in touch [d]
  248. () Ecoliterate: how educators are cultivating emotional, social, and ecological intelligence [i]
  249. () Entangled: an archaeology of the relationships between humans and things [i] [d]
  250. () The construction of visual reality [i] [d]
  251. () Rest is not idleness: implications of the brain's default mode for human development and education [d]
  252. () What is systemic about systemic therapy?: therapy models muddle embodied systemic practice [d]
  253. () Planetary science in higher education: ideas and experiences [d]
  254. () Plugging the 'whole': librarians as interdisciplinary facilitators [d]
  255. () The agile mind [i] [d]
  256. () Plant intentionality and the phenomenological framework of plant intelligence [p] [d]
  257. () Concrete vs abstract visualisation: the real world as a canvas for data visualisation [i]
  258. () Varieties of presence [i]
  259. Douglas Taylor Northrop [ed] () A companion to world history [i] [d]
  260. () The nonlinear world: conceptual analysis and phenomenology [i] [d]
  261. Howard H. Pattee & Joanna Rączaszek-Leonardi [ed] () Laws, language and life: Howard Pattee's classic papers on the physics of symbols with contemporary commentary [i] [d]
  262. () Transformative art: art as means for long-term neurocognitive change [d]
  263. () Learning by mapping across situations [d]
  264. () Self-organization takes time too [d]
  265. () Experimental evidence for improved neuroimaging interpretation using three-dimensional graphic models [d]
  266. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  267. () The future of memory: remembering, imagining, and the brain [d]
  268. () Looking through Hägerstrand's dual vistas: towards a unifying framework for time geography [d]
  269. () Time scales of memory, learning, and plasticity [d]
  270. Peter M. Todd & Gerd Gigerenzer [ed] () Ecological rationality: intelligence in the world [i]
  271. () Narrating the environmental apocalypse: how imagining the end facilitates moral reasoning among environmental activists [d]
  272. () Reflections on a definition: revisiting the meaning of learning [i] [d]
  273. () A macro economy as an ecology of plans [d]
  274. () The cloud of knowing: blurring the difference with China [d] [u]
  275. () The power of specificity in psychotherapy: when therapy works and when it doesn't [i]
  276. () The neurobiology of semantic memory [d]
  277. () Argumentation in science education: a model-based framework [d]
  278. () True belonging: mindful practices to help you overcome loneliness, connect with others, and cultivate happiness [i]
  279. () Steps to an ecology of systems: Whole Earth and systemic holism [i]
  280. () Exploring the past and future of our planet: not bit-by-bit but all at once [d]
  281. () The connection between postformal thought, stage transition, persistence, and ambition and major scientific innovations [i] [d]
  282. () Philosophy and simulation: the emergence of synthetic reason [i]
  283. () Drift into failure: from hunting broken components to understanding complex systems [i]
  284. () Advancing a second-person contemplative approach for collective wisdom and leadership development [d]
  285. () Geography as ecology [i] [d]
  286. () My work is that of conservation: an environmental biography of George Washington Carver [i]
  287. (/2014) Time in powers of ten: natural phenomena and their timescales [i]
  288. () Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i] [d]
  289. () From the scala naturae to the symbiogenetic and dynamic tree of life [d]
  290. () Toward an integrated history to guide the future [d]
  291. () The battle for compassion: ethics in an apathetic universe [i]
  292. () Multidimensional reality [d] [u]
  293. (/2012) Samsara [i] [u]
  294. () The 'non-cuttable' space in between: context, boundaries and their natural fluidity [d]
  295. () Epigenetics: embedded bodies and the molecularisation of biography and milieu [d]
  296. () Such stuff as dreams: the psychology of fiction [i]
  297. () A mixed self: the role of symbiosis in development [d]
  298. () Space cannot be cut—why self-identity naturally includes neighbourhood [d]
  299. () The complexity of moral learning: diversity, deprovincialisation and privilege [d]
  300. () Live geography: interoperable geo-sensor webs facilitating the vision of Digital Earth [u]
  301. () The un-making of a method: from rating scales to the study of psychological processes [d]
  302. Astrid E. Schwarz & Kurt Jax [ed] () Ecology revisited: reflecting on concepts, advancing science [i] [d]
  303. () Perplexities of consciousness [i] [d]
  304. Andrew Shryock, Daniel Lord Smail, & Timothy K. Earle [ed] () Deep history: the architecture of past and present [i] [j]
  305. () An alternative map of the United States based on an n-dimensional model of geographic space [d]
  306. () On the nature of concepts [d]
  307. () Becoming planetary [d]
  308. () The ontology of process philosophy in Follett's administrative theory [d]
  309. () Conceptualizing the heterogeneity, embeddedness, and ongoing restructuring that make ecological complexity 'unruly' [i] [d]
  310. () Situation awareness and virtual globes: applications for disaster management [d]
  311. () We are all stakeholders of Gaia: a normative perspective on stakeholder thinking [d]
  312. () Society–nature coevolution: interdisciplinary concept for sustainability [d]
  313. () Taking emergence seriously: the centrality of circular causality for dynamic systems approaches to development [d]
  314. () Illustrative molecular visualization with continuous abstraction [d]
  315. Liliana Albertazzi, Gert J. Van Tonder, & Dhanraj Vishwanath [ed] () Perception beyond inference: the information content of visual processes [i] [d]
  316. () On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  317. () Removing brakes on adult brain plasticity: from molecular to behavioral interventions [d]
  318. () Vibrant matter: a political ecology of things [i] [d]
  319. () Darwinian sociocultural evolution: solutions to dilemmas in cultural and social theory [i] [d]
  320. () 'I am insubstantial in the universe. But in the universe, there is nothing which is not me': toward a Chan ecocriticism, ecology, and the experience of film [j]
  321. () Life as performance art: right and left brain function, implicit knowing, and 'felt coherence' [i]
  322. () The return of universal history [or universal time-geography?] [d] [j]
  323. () The return of the animists: recent studies of Amazonian ontologies [d]
  324. () Predictive coding and the neural response to predictable stimuli [p] [d]
  325. () American citizen, global citizen: how expanding your identity makes you richer, stronger, wiser—and builds a better world [i]
  326. () An agent-based conception of models and scientific representation [d] [j]
  327. () Depicting time evolving flow with illustrative visualization techniques [i] [d]
  328. () Challenging anthropocentric analysis of visual data: a relational materialist methodological approach to educational research [d]
  329. () Cognitive ecology [d]
  330. (/2017) Systems practice: how to act in situations of uncertainty and complexity in a climate-change world [or: Systems practice: how to act in a climate change world] [i] [d]
  331. () Going to the core: deepening reflection by connecting the person to the profession [i] [d]
  332. () Digital earth's nervous system for crisis events: real-time sensor web enablement of volunteered geographic information [d]
  333. Nona Lyons [ed] () Handbook of reflection and reflective inquiry [i] [d]
  334. Lorenzo Magnani, Walter A. Carnielli, & Claudio Pizzi [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: abduction, logic, and computational discovery [i] [d]
  335. () Place-based narratives: an entry point for ministry to the soul of a community [i]
  336. () The dynamic development of thinking, feeling, and acting over the life span [i] [d]
  337. () Teaching mindfulness: a practical guide for clinicians and educators [i] [d]
  338. () Putting egocentric and allocentric into perspective [i] [d]
  339. Batja Mesquita, Lisa Feldman Barrett, & Eliot R. Smith [ed] () The mind in context [i]
  340. () Space-time in the brain [i] [d]
  341. () Putting the 'world' in world history [d]
  342. () Realizing Genjōkōan: the key to Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō [i]
  343. () Sensing changes: technologies, environments, and the everyday, 1953–2003 [i]
  344. () The call of passive history [u]
  345. () Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world [d]
  346. () The timespace of human activity: on performance, society, and history as indeterminate teleological events [i]
  347. () Leadership as art: leaders coming to their senses [d]
  348. () Forms of vitality: exploring dynamic experience in psychology, the arts, psychotherapy, and development [i]
  349. () How brains make mental models [i] [d]
  350. () Developmental action inquiry: a distinct integral theory that actually integrates developmental theory, practice, and research [i]
  351. () Dimensions of intersubjectivity in Mahāyāna-Buddhism and relational psychoanalysis [d]
  352. () Novelty as a dimension in the affective brain [d]
  353. () The complete guide to simulations and serious games: how the most valuable content will be created in the age beyond Gutenberg to Google [i]
  354. () Simulation, situated conceptualization, and prediction [d]
  355. Tim Bayne, Axel Cleeremans, & Patrick Wilken [ed] () The Oxford companion to consciousness [i] [d]
  356. () The accomplishment of authority through presentification: how authority is distributed among and negotiated by organizational members [d]
  357. () Embodied attentiveness: recognising the language of movement [d]
  358. () Models and perspectives on stage: remarks on Giere's Scientific perspectivism [d]
  359. () Mapping globalization: a conversation between a filmmaker and a cartographer [d]
  360. (/2016) History and science after the chronometric revolution [i] [j]
  361. () The role of imagistic simulation in scientific thought experiments [d]
  362. () Seeking our place in the web of life: animals and human spirituality [d]
  363. () No small matter: science on the nanoscale [i]
  364. () Enactivism and the unity of perception and action [d]
  365. () Macrophysiology: a conceptual reunification [p] [d]
  366. () We can think with the implicit, as well as with fully-formed concepts [i] [d]
  367. () Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  368. () Why the brain talks to itself: sources of error in emotional prediction [d]
  369. () Oriented flows: the molecular biology and political economy of the stew [d] [j]
  370. () Tillvaroväven [i]
  371. () The construction system of the brain [d]
  372. () The practice of adaptive leadership: tools and tactics for changing your organization and the world [i]
  373. () See yourself as a system [i]
  374. () Re-thinking Apollo: envisioning environmentalism in space [d]
  375. () Parallel coordinates: visual multidimensional geometry and its applications [i] [d]
  376. Dale Jacquette [ed] () Reason, method, and value: a reader on the philosophy of Nicholas Rescher [i] [d]
  377. () Letting everything become your teacher: 100 lessons in mindfulness [i]
  378. () Problem solving and situated cognition [i] [d] [u]
  379. () The fallacy of partitioning: epigenetics' validation of the organism-environment system [d]
  380. () Temporal convergence for knowledge management [d]
  381. () Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  382. () The provenance and control of behavior: simplistic answers are doomed to fail [d]
  383. () Simulation: Art or science? How to teach it? [d]
  384. () Imagining predictions: mental imagery as mental emulation [d]
  385. () Friends, neighbors, and boundaries [d]
  386. () Extended life [d]
  387. () Time-structured and net intraindividual variability: tools for examining the development of dynamic characteristics and processes [d]
  388. () Examining the 'whole child' to generate usable knowledge [d]
  389. Philip Robbins & Murat Aydede [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of situated cognition [i] [d]
  390. () The dynamics of action-oriented problem solving: linking interpretation and choice [d] [j]
  391. () Presencing Institute toolbook [u]
  392. () Mindful teaching & teaching mindfulness: a guide for anyone who teaches anything [i]
  393. () How to make sense of weak signals [u]
  394. () At home in the world: human nature, ecological thought, and education after Darwin [i]
  395. () The ethics of Google Earth: crossing thresholds from spatial data to landscape visualisation [d]
  396. Charles A. P. Smith, Jeffrey G. Morrison, & Kenneth W. Kisiel [ed] () Working through synthetic worlds [i]
  397. () The generalist approach [d]
  398. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  399. () In the light of time [d]
  400. () Momentary reductions of attention permit greater processing of irrelevant stimuli [d]
  401. () How we live and why we die: the secret lives of cells [i]
  402. () Value network analysis and value conversion of tangible and intangible assets [d]
  403. () Volitional pragmatism [d]
  404. () Supersizing the mind: embodiment, action, and cognitive extension [i] [d]
  405. () Creative model construction in scientists and students: the role of imagery, analogy, and mental stimulation [i] [d]
  406. () Landscapes of feeling, arenas of action: information visualization as art practice [d]
  407. () The healthy aging brain: sustaining attachment, attaining wisdom [i]
  408. () Self-reflection across time: cortical midline structures differentiate between present and past selves [d]
  409. () Know yourself and you shall know the other... to a certain extent: multiple paths of influence of self-reflection on mindreading [p] [d]
  410. () Human time perception and its illusions [d]
  411. () To rest assured: a study of artistic development [u]
  412. () The tempest: anthropology and human development [i] [d]
  413. () Shivers down your spine: cinema, museums, and the immersive view [i]
  414. () Defining a digital earth system [d]
  415. () Sense of place and sense of planet: the environmental imagination of the global [i]
  416. () The semiotic body [d]
  417. () Gardening at the dragon's gate: at work in the wild and cultivated world [i]
  418. () Non-human agencies: trees in place and time [i] [d]
  419. Carl Knappett & Lambros Malafouris [ed] () Material agency: towards a non-anthropocentric approach [i] [d]
  420. () Beyond control of variables: what needs to develop to achieve skilled scientific thinking? [d]
  421. () On the irrationality of emotion and the rationality of awareness [p] [d]
  422. () The psychology of transcending the here and now [d]
  423. () A brief history of interdependence [i] [d]
  424. () Peer consultation for mediators: the use of a holding environment to support mediator reflection, inquiry, and self-knowing [d]
  425. () Creating scientific concepts [i] [d]
  426. () Wave rider: leadership for high performance in a self-organizing world [i]
  427. () The continuous present in Ozu Yasujirō's Late spring [d]
  428. () Earthrise: how man first saw the Earth [i]
  429. () The edge of awareness: Gendlin's contribution to explorations of implicit experience [d]
  430. () Extending the joint problem space: time and sequence as essential features of knowledge building [u]
  431. () Changing bodies: habit, crisis and creativity [i]
  432. () The common neural basis of autobiographical memory, prospection, navigation, theory of mind, and the default mode: a quantitative meta-analysis [d]
  433. Heidi A. Wayment & Jack J. Bauer [ed] () Transcending self-interest: psychological explorations of the quiet ego [i] [d]
  434. () A response to Lynn Preston's explication of implicit experience in the work of Eugene Gendlin: an appreciation [d]
  435. () 'Do not block the path of inquiry!': Peircean abduction, the tacit dimension, and biosemiotic creativity in nature and culture [d]
  436. () Dynamics GIS: recognizing the dynamic nature of reality [u]
  437. Stein Bråten [ed] () On being moved: from mirror neurons to empathy [i] [d]
  438. () The world in which we occur: John Dewey, pragmatist ecology, and American ecological writing in the twentieth century [i]
  439. () Self-projection and the brain [p] [d]
  440. () Cartographic cinema [i]
  441. () Emergent pedagogy: learning to enjoy the uncontrollable—and make it productive [d]
  442. () Dynamic prisms and 'instant access': linking opportunities in space to decision making in time [i] [d]
  443. () Making up the mind: how the brain creates our mental world [i]
  444. () A transparently scalable visualization architecture for exploring the universe [d]
  445. () What got you here won't get you there: how successful people become even more successful [i]
  446. () Actions as space–time shapes [d]
  447. () Time value of knowledge: time-based frameworks for valuing knowledge [u]
  448. () Learning from people, things, and signs [d]
  449. () Lines: a brief history [i] [d]
  450. () Leadership agility: five levels of mastery for anticipating and initiating change [i]
  451. () Each moment is the universe: Zen and the way of being time [i]
  452. () The human microbiome: eliminating the biomedical/environmental dichotomy in microbial ecology [d]
  453. () Confronting macrosocial worries: worry about environmental problems and proactive coping among a group of young volunteers [d]
  454. () Toward a geographically-integrated, connected world history: employing geographic information systems (GIS) [d]
  455. () Evocative cues and presence: relational consciousness within qualitative research [d]
  456. John J. Prendergast & G. Kenneth Bradford [ed] () Listening from the heart of silence [i]
  457. (/2016) Theory U: leading from the emerging future [i]
  458. () Maps narratives and trails: performativity, hodology and distributed knowledges in complex adaptive systems—an approach to emergent mapping [d]
  459. () The unshuttered heart: opening to aliveness/deadness in the self [i]
  460. () How to re-imagine the world: a pocket guide for practical visionaries [i]
  461. () Event perception: a mind–brain perspective [d]
  462. () Cognitive interdependence: considering self-in-relationship [i]
  463. Susan M. Awbrey, Diane Dana, Vachel W. Miller, Phyllis Robinson, Merle M. Ryan, & David K. Scott [ed] () Integrative learning and action: a call to wholeness [i]
  464. () Integrating the psychotherapies through their emphases on the future [i] [d]
  465. () Roots of human family tree are shallow [u]
  466. () What is the middle ground, anyway? [d] [j]
  467. () Breaking from the weight of the eternal present: teaching organizational difference [d]
  468. () Leading through conflict: how successful leaders transform differences into opportunities [i]
  469. () Scientific perspectivism [i]
  470. () Timeliness as the appropriate concept of time [i] [d]
  471. () Rethinking the animate, re-animating thought [d]
  472. () The 9 disciplines of a facilitator: leading groups by transforming yourself [i]
  473. () The versatile leader: make the most of your strengths without overdoing it [i]
  474. () Luminous mind: meditation and mind fitness [i]
  475. Cathryn A. Manduca & David W. Mogk [ed] () Earth and mind: how geologists think and learn about the earth [i]
  476. () Facing death: theme and variations [i]
  477. () Mind set!: reset your thinking and see the future [i]
  478. () The music of life: biology beyond the genome [i]
  479. () The stench of death and the aromas of life: the poetics of ways of knowing and sensory process among Piaroa of the Orinoco basin [u]
  480. () When it rains, does space get wet?: living the time–space–knowledge-vision [i]
  481. () Embodied categorizing in the grounded theory method: methodical hermeneutics in action [d]
  482. Clare Rigg & Sue Richards [ed] () Action learning, leadership, and organizational development in public services [i] [d]
  483. () Disenchanting the rhetoric: human uniqueness and human responsibility [d]
  484. () Imaginary worldplay in childhood and maturity and its impact on adult creativity [d]
  485. () Understanding process from within: an argument for 'withness'-thinking [d]
  486. () The importance of feeling whole: learning to 'feel connected', community, and adult development [i]
  487. () Self: ancient and modern insights about individuality, life, and death [i]
  488. () Qualities of engagement and the analyst's theory [d]
  489. () Faith, evidence, and action: better guesses in an unknowable world [d]
  490. () Mindfulness and the quality of organizational attention [d]
  491. () Process and the authentic life: toward a psychology of value [i]
  492. () Enhancing experiential and subjective qualities of discrete structure representations with aesthetic computing [d]
  493. () Medical generalists: connecting the map and the territory [d]
  494. () Tracing thought through time and space: a selective review of bibliometrics in social work [d]
  495. () Process, perception, and practice: time perspectivism in Yosemite native demography [d]
  496. () Evolution in four dimensions: genetic, epigenetic, behavioral, and symbolic variation in the history of life [i]
  497. () Facilitating the whole system in the room [i]
  498. () Embracing confusion: what leaders do when they don't know what to do [d]
  499. () The politics of attention: how government prioritizes problems [i]
  500. () On becoming an artist: reinventing yourself through mindful creativity [i]
  501. () To grow in wisdom: Vannevar Bush, information overload, and the life of leisure [i] [d]
  502. () Getting the big picture in community science: methods that capture context [d]
  503. () Change processes in development: the concept of coactive scaffolding [d]
  504. () The when of knowing [d]
  505. () Hägerstrand matters: life(-path) and death matters—some touching remarks [d]
  506. () Unfreezing the future: exploring the dynamic of time in organizational change [d]
  507. () From conscientization to interbeing: a personal journey [i]
  508. () How the brain decides what we see [p] [d]
  509. () On the importance of tightening feedback loops for sustainable development of food systems [d]
  510. () Unruly complexity: ecology, interpretation, engagement [i]
  511. () Knowledge and civilization [i]
  512. () Multi-agent systems, time geography, and microsimulations [i] [d]
  513. () Connecting levels: a systems view on stakeholder dialogue for sustainability [d]
  514. () The one who is not busy: connecting with work in a deeply satisfying way [i]
  515. () Strategy and time: really recognizing the future [i]
  516. () The irreducible complexity of objectivity [d] [j]
  517. () We are one: grief, weeping, and other deep emotions in response to nature as a path toward wholeness [d]
  518. () Sustainability requires the ability to generate useful narratives capable of surfing complex time [i] [d]
  519. () Multi-scale integrated analysis of agroecosystems [i]
  520. () How models are used to represent reality [d] [j]
  521. () The two vistas [d]
  522. () I am you: the metaphysical foundations for global ethics [i] [d]
  523. () The physical context of creativity [d]
  524. () Multiple pasts, converging presents, and alternative futures [d]
  525. () Bohr's complementarity and Goldstein's holism in reflective pragmatism [u]
  526. Jack Petranker [ed] () A new kind of knowledge: evocations, exhibitions, extensions, and excavations [i]
  527. () Building the bridge as you walk on it: a guide for leading change [i]
  528. () Space, time and science: individuals, emergence and geographies of space and place [i] [d]
  529. () Modelling the recent common ancestry of all living humans [d]
  530. () Presence: exploring profound change in people, organizations, and society [i]
  531. () Earth pulses in direct current [i] [d]
  532. () The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life [i]
  533. () Computers and geography: from automated geography to Digital Earth [i] [d]
  534. () Action inquiry: the secret of timely and transforming leadership [i]
  535. () Message from a human gut symbiont: sensitivity is a prerequisite for sharing [d]
  536. () Situated simulation in the human conceptual system [d]
  537. () Confronting the gaps by being present in 'not knowing' [u]
  538. () Transforming inquiry and action: interweaving 27 flavors of action research [d]
  539. () Learning as you journey: Anishinaabe perception of social-ecological environments and adaptive learning [j] [u]
  540. () Why time flows: the physics of past & future [j]
  541. () Leadership presence: dramatic techniques to reach out, motivate, and inspire [i]
  542. () Visualizing cosmological time [i]
  543. () Processes to involve all the senses [i]
  544. () Not everything we know we learned [i]
  545. () Peacemaking: practicing at the intersection of law and human conflict [i]
  546. () Building vs. borrowing: the challenge of actively constructing ideas [o] [u]
  547. () Humanising forces: phenomenology in science; psychotherapy in technological culture [d]
  548. () Worldly wonder: religions enter their ecological phase [i]
  549. () The self-embodying mind: process, brain dynamics, and the conscious present [i]
  550. () Neuropolitics: thinking, culture, speed [i]
  551. () Heaven & earth: unseen by the naked eye [i]
  552. () The royal we [u]
  553. () Mapping human history: discovering the past through our genes [i]
  554. () Toward a contextual theory of leadership [d]
  555. () The leader's edge: six creative competencies for navigating complex challenges [i]
  556. () Geobrowsing: creative thinking and knowledge discovery using geographic visualization [d]
  557. () Visual technologies, cosmographies, and our sense of place in the universe [d]
  558. () Bringing the biosphere home: learning to perceive global environmental change [i]
  559. () Learning to exercise timely action now: toward a theory and practice of timely action [u]
  560. () A fresh perspective: a conversation with Bill Torbert, July 11, 2002 [u]
  561. () A big new free happy unusual life: self-expression and spiritual practice for those who have time for neither [i]
  562. () Always under construction [d]
  563. (/2008) Le souvenir d'un avenir = Remembrance of things to come [o]
  564. () Commentary on Bohart's 'The client is the most important common factor' [d]
  565. (/2014) Mindware: an introduction to the philosophy of cognitive science [i]
  566. () Pure immanence: essays on a life [i]
  567. () Diagramming as a way of thinking ecologically [u]
  568. () A developmental psychobiological systems view: early formulation and current status [i]
  569. () Integrating work, family, and community through holistic life planning [d]
  570. () Relax, it's only uncertainty: lead the way when the way is changing [i]
  571. () Niche construction, ecological inheritance, and cycles of contingency in evolution [i]
  572. () The long and the short of it: comments on multiple timescale studies of human activity [d]
  573. () Choices in life: a clinical tool for facilitating midlife review [d]
  574. () The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena [i]
  575. () 'Maai': the art of distancing in karate-do mutual attunement in close encounters [d]
  576. Susan Oyama, Paul E. Griffiths, & Russell D. Gray [ed] () Cycles of contingency: developmental systems and evolution [i]
  577. () Public reflection as the basis of learning [d]
  578. () Distributed agency within intersecting ecological, social, and scientific processes [i]
  579. () Twilight of the perfect-model model [d] [j]
  580. () A biospheric natural history [o]
  581. () The world of where and when [i]
  582. () Finding space: Winnicott, God, and psychic reality [i]
  583. () Travel broadens the mind [d]
  584. () From garden to globe: linking time and space with meaning and memory [i] [j]
  585. () Performativity and the event: enacting a philosophy of difference [d]
  586. () How to use your eyes [i]
  587. () The inner game of work [i]
  588. () How the mind grows: a developmental perspective on the biology of cognition [d] [j]
  589. () Making culture and weaving the world [i] [d]
  590. () Some perspectives on positive affect and self-regulation [j]
  591. () Human extensibility and individual hybrid-accessibility in space-time: a multi-scale representation using GIS [i] [d] [u]
  592. () Action research and reflective practice: towards a holistic view [d]
  593. () Mahāyāna Buddhist ritual and ethical activity in the world [d] [j]
  594. (/2002) Too-blue: colour-patch for an expanded empiricism [i] [d]
  595. () Mental attention, consciousness, and the progressive emergence of wisdom [d]
  596. (/2012) The courage to lead: transform self, transform society [i]
  597. () Seeing the big picture: map use and the development of spatial cognition [d]
  598. () Toward a psychology of awakening: Buddhism, psychotherapy, and the path of personal and spiritual transformation [i]
  599. () Scientist and artist within the mature self: the integration of two worlds [i]
  600. (/2000) Life's matrix: a biography of water [i]
  601. () The unbearable automaticity of being [d]
  602. (/2020) The cosmic perspective [i]
  603. () Spatio-temporal prediction modulates the perception of self-produced stimuli [d]
  604. () Psychotherapy isn't what you think: bringing the psychotherapeutic engagement into the living moment [i]
  605. Jeremy Butterfield [ed] () The arguments of time [i] [d]
  606. () The complex tapestry of everyday life [d]
  607. () Conquest of abundance: a tale of abstraction versus the richness of being [i]
  608. () Science without laws [i]
  609. Eliabeth A. Grosz [ed] () Becomings: explorations in time, memory, and futures [i]
  610. () Dialogue and the art of thinking together: a pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life [i]
  611. () Living life as inquiry [d]
  612. () The dynamic codevelopment of intentionality, self, and social relations [i] [d]
  613. (/2001) The world ahead: our future in the making [i]
  614. () Why fiction may be twice as true as fact: fiction as cognitive and emotional simulation [d]
  615. () Developing balanced sensitivity: practical Buddhist exercises for daily life [i] [u]
  616. () Another always thinks in me [i]
  617. () Emptying your cup: non-verbal awareness and general semantics [u]
  618. () Coming back to life: practices to reconnect our lives, our world [i]
  619. () Symbiotic planet: a new look at evolution [i]
  620. (/2002) Life's philosophy: reason & feeling in a deeper world [i] [j]
  621. (/2000) Deleuze: the clamor of being [i]
  622. () History versus science: the evolutionary solution [d] [j]
  623. () The secret family: twenty-four hours inside the mysterious world of our minds and bodies [i]
  624. () Being there: putting brain, body, and world together again [i]
  625. Alan Fogel, Maria C. D. P. Lyra, & Jaan Valsiner [ed] () Dynamics and indeterminism in developmental and social processes [i]
  626. Kenneth R. Fox [ed] () The physical self: from motivation to well-being [i]
  627. () Time unhinged [d]
  628. () Branch points [i]
  629. () Teaching in the midst of belatedness: the paradox of natality in Hannah Arendt's educational thought [d]
  630. () Deleuze's philosophy of the concrete [u]
  631. () Expanding our now: the story of open space technology [i]
  632. (/2008) Open space technology: a user's guide [i]
  633. () Lifelong unlearning [i]
  634. () From global management to global appreciation: a transformative epistemology for aperspectival worlds [d]
  635. () Sacred dimensions of time and space [i]
  636. () The wholehearted way: a translation of Eihei Dōgen's Bendōwa with commentary [i]
  637. () Ecologies of the heart: emotion, belief, and the environment [i]
  638. (/2009) Ecosystem geography: from ecoregions to sites [i] [d]
  639. () Focusing-oriented psychotherapy: a manual of the experiential method [i]
  640. (/2006) The end of capitalism (as we knew it): a feminist critique of political economy [i] [j]
  641. () Catching ourselves in the act: situated activity, interactive emergence, evolution, and human thought [i]
  642. () A cultural exploration of time: some implications of temporality and mediation [d]
  643. () Experiential and formal models of geographic space [d]
  644. () The necessity of experience [i]
  645. () Process metaphysics: an introduction to process philosophy [i]
  646. () From cultural to existential diversity: the impossibility of psychotherapy integration within a traditional framework [d]
  647. () No self? No problem! Actualizing empty self in psychotherapy [i]
  648. () After theory: from textuality to attunement with the world [d] [j]
  649. () A reconsideration of personal boundaries in space-time [d]
  650. (/2005) Life is not killed [i]
  651. () The metaphoric process: connections between language and life [i] [d]
  652. () A bigger picture: cause and cognition in relation to differing scientific frameworks [d]
  653. () Constructing a philosophy of essence: reading Buddhism through the two natures of desire [i]
  654. () Action in the physical everyday world [i]
  655. () Virtual traces in space and time [i]
  656. () Multiple explanation: a consider-an-alternative strategy for debiasing judgments [d]
  657. () Cognition in the wild [i]
  658. () Myriad worlds: Buddhist cosmology in Abhidharma, Kālacakra, and Dzog-chen [i]
  659. () Integrating self and system: an empty intersection? [d]
  660. () Seeing new worlds: Henry David Thoreau and nineteenth-century natural science [i]
  661. (/2000) Future search: an action guide to finding common ground in organizations and communities [i]
  662. () Action theater: the improvisation of presence [i]
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  664. () Discourse, consciousness, and time: the flow and displacement of conscious experience in speaking and writing [i]
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