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  1. Student Manual for Corey's Theory and Practice of Group Counseling, 7th by Gerald Corey, 2007-01-26
  2. The Theory and Practice Of Group Psychotherapy by Irvin D. Yalom, Molyn Leszcz, 2005-07-15
  3. Joining Together: Group Theory and Group Skills (10th Edition) by David W. Johnson, Frank P. Johnson, 2008-04-14
  4. Schaum's Outline of Group Theory by B. Baumslag, B. Chandler, 1968-06-01
  5. Group Theory and Quantum Mechanics by Michael Tinkham, 2003-12-17
  6. Group Theory and Chemistry by David M. Bishop, 1993-01-14
  7. Chemical Applications of Group Theory, 3rd Edition by F. Albert Cotton, 1990-03-02
  8. Problems in Group Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics) by John D. Dixon, 2007-01-15
  9. Group Theory in Physics by Wu-Ki Tung, 1985-09-01
  10. An Introduction to the Theory of Groups by Joseph J. Rotman, 1999-08-13
  11. Symmetry: An Introduction to Group Theory and Its Applications by Roy McWeeny, 2002-06-12
  12. Focus Groups: Theory and Practice (Applied Social Research Methods) by David W. Stewart, Prem N. Shamdasani, et all 2006-07-11
  13. Group Theory in the Bedroom, and Other Mathematical Diversions by Brian Hayes, 2008-04-01
  14. The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy (Third Edition) by Irvin D. Yalom, 1985

181. Complexity, Self Adaptive Complex Systems, And Chaos Theory
Organizations as dynamic, selfevolving complex systems.
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    "Where chaos begins, classical science stops. For as long as the world has had physicists inquiring into the laws of nature, it has suffered a special ignorance about disorder in the atmosphere, in the fluctuations of the wildlife populations, in the oscillations of the heart and the brain. The irregular side of nature, the discontinuous and erratic side these have been puzzles to science, or worse, monstrosities."
    Jame Gleick in Chaos: Making A New Science
  • What is Chaos? A working definition from The Qualitative Study of Unstable Aperiodic Behavior in Deterministic Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (Kellert). A more complete defintion of Chaos is offered on Santa Fe Institute's server at:

182. The Personality Project
A guide for those interested in personality theory and research, including readings, abstracts, and links, maintained by Bill Revelle at NWU.
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183. Proof Theory On The Eve Of Year 2000
A survey consisting of 10 questions asked by Solomon Feferman and 29 responses.
Proof Theory on the eve of Year 2000
By Solomon Feferman An index of respondents with links to their answers is to be found below.
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Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 18:14:06 +0200 From: Anton Setzer Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1999 21:26:45 -0700 From: Michael Beeson To: Solomon Feferman Date: Tue, 7 Sep 1999 15:44:01 -0400 (EDT) From: Gaisi Takeuti To: Solomon Feferman Subject: Proof Theory Dear Sol, I am now concentrating in some specific problem. So I don't claim that I have a nice global view of proof theory. Nevertheless I have an impression that proof theory is doing very well in many diversified directions. I think that is healthy. Of course I would be happier if more people would work on Bounded Arithmetic related to complexity theory. Gaisi Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 13:56:03 -0700 (PDT) From: Sam Buss Date: Thu, 9 Sep 1999 15:45:33 -0400 (EDT) From: Neil Tennant Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 11:43:43 -0600 From: To: Solomon Feferman Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 21:39:24 +0200 (MET DST) From: Sergei Tupailo

184. The IR Theory Home Page
A collection of articles outlining major ideas in the discipline of international relations. Also provides related links.
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The International Relations (IR) Theory Web site is an on-line resource for students, scholars and other professionals interested in International Relations theory and research. What is IR theory?
International Relations theory entails the development of conceptual frameworks and theories to facilitate the understanding and explanation of events and phenomena in world politics, as well as the analysis and informing of associated policies and practices. Why study IR theory?
The discipline of IR was officially established after World War 1 with a view to avoiding future mass conflicts and ensuring peaceful change. This remains a worthy goal, but today the scope and complexities of world politics demand an understanding of a much wider range of issues. Moreover, new conceptual frameworks and theories are required to improve our understanding and assist in the development of better policies and practices. FastCounter by bCentral

185. Philosophy, Theory, And Education
A set of resources on philosophy of education, educational theory, and related topics, maintained at the University of Illinois.

186. The Coherence Theory Of Truth
The truth of any (true) proposition consists in its coherence with some specified set of propositions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by James O. Young.
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The coherence theory of truth has several versions. These versions differ on two major issues. Different versions of the theory give different accounts of the coherence relation. Different varieties of the theory also give various accounts of the set (or sets) of propositions with which true propositions cohere. (I will refer to such a set as a specified set According to some early versions of the coherence theory, the coherence relation is simply consistency. On this view, to say that a proposition coheres with a specified set of propositions is to say that the proposition is consistent with the set. This account of coherence is unsatisfactory for the following reason. Consider two propositions which do not belong to a specified set. These propositions could both be consistent with a specified set and yet be inconsistent with each other. If coherence is consistency, the coherence theorist would have to claim that both propositions are true, but this is impossible. A more plausible version of the coherence theory states that the coherence relation is some form of entailment. Entailment can be understood here as strict logical entailment, or entailment in some looser sense. According to this version, a proposition coheres with a set of propositions if and only if it is entailed by members of the set.

187. Anarchy Archives
Encyclopedic reference on the history and theory of anarchism, including biographies and the collected works of major anarchist figures, historical articles, and scanned images of pamphlets and periodicals.
An Online Research Center on the History and Theory of Anarchism Home Search About Us Contact Us Other Links ... Critics Corner The Cynosure Michael Bakunin William Godwin Emma Goldman Peter Kropotkin ... Bright but Lesser Lights Cold Off The Presses Pamphlets Periodicals Anarchist History Worldwide Movements ... Bibliography Please click on the pictures below or browse using the toolbars.
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188. Queer Theory
Article by Annamarie Jagose explaining the terminology of queer . Includes references and a responding piece.
Queer Theory
Annamarie Jagose The appeal of 'queer theory' has outstripped anyone's sense of what exactly it means
Michael Warner A response to this piece has been received from C.W.Young Once the term 'queer' was, at best, slang for homosexual, at worst, a term of homophobic abuse. In recent years 'queer' has come to be used differently, sometimes as an umbrella term for a coalition of culturally marginal sexual self-identifications and at other times to describe a nascent theoretical model which has developed out of more traditional lesbian and gay studies. The rapid development and consolidation of lesbian and gay studies in universities in the 1990s is paralleled by an increasing deployment of the term 'queer'. As queer is unaligned with any specific identity category, it has the potential to be annexed profitably to any number of discussions. In the history of disciplinary formations, lesbian and gay studies is itself a relatively recent construction, and queer theory can be seen as its latest institutional transformation. Broadly speaking, queer describes those gestures or analytical models which dramatise incoherencies in the allegedly stable relations between chromosomal sex, gender and sexual desire. Resisting that model of stabilitywhich claims heterosexuality as its origin, when it is more properly its effectqueer focuses on mismatches between sex, gender and desire. Institutionally, queer has been associated most prominently with lesbian and gay subjects, but its analytic framework also includes such topics as cross-dressing, hermaphroditism, gender ambiguity and gender-corrective surgery. Whether as transvestite performance or academic deconstruction, queer locates and exploits the incoherencies in those three terms which stabilise heterosexuality. Demonstrating the impossibility of any 'natural' sexuality, it calls into question even such apparently unproblematic terms as 'man' and 'woman'.

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191. Mathematical Atlas: A Gateway To Mathematics
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