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Jacek Srokosz

nauczania prawa w polskim dyskursie prawniczym’ [Between Humanism and Technicism. The dispute on the Legal Teaching Model in Polish Legal Discoursee] in A Bartczak, M Król, M Zalewska (ed), Integracja zewnętrzna i wewnętrzna nauk prawnych [Inner and Outer Integration of Legal Science] (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego 2014). Srokosz J, ‘The American discussion on the value of the Langdell’s education method of teaching students to "thinking like a lawyer”, and possibility of its implementation in Polish legal education’ in M Večeřa, T Machalová, J

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Ozana Cucu-Oancea

. Palen, Leysia, and Marilyn Salzman. 2002. Voice-mail diary studies for naturalistic data capture under mobile conditions. In Proceedings of ACM-CHI Conference on Compter-Supported Cooperative Work, April, New Orleans, LU , 87-95. Plummer, Ken. 2001. Documents of life 2. An Invitation to a Critical Humanism . London: Sage Publications. Polansky, Norman A. 1941. How shall a Life-History be written? Character & Personality 9 (3): 188-207. Rebreyend, Anne-Claire. 2008. Intimités amoureuses. France 1920

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Karen Buttigieg and Paul Pace

). Analysing narrative contexts. In M. Andrews, C. Squire & M. Tamboukou (Ed.), Doing narrative research (pp. 64ñ77). London: Sage Publications Ltd. Plummer, K. (2001). Documents of life 2: An invitation to critical humanism . London: Sage Publications Ltd. Poortinga, W., Steg, L., & Vlek, C. (2002). Environmental risk concern and preferences for energy-saving measures. Environment and Behavior, 34 (4), 455ñ478. Riessman, C. K. (1993). Narrative analysis. Qualitative research methods series, No. 30. Newbury Park, CA: Sage

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Jay R. Feierman

., Singer, T. The Empathic Brain: How, When and Why? Trends in Cognitive Science, 10(10), 2006, pp. 435-441. 34. de Waal, F. Chimpanzee Politics. John Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, 2007. 35. de Waal, F. The Age of Empathy: Nature’s Lessons for a Kinder Society. Three Rivers Press: New York: 2009. 36. de Waal, F. The Bonobo and the Atheist: In Search of Humanism among the Primates. W. W. Norton & Company: New York, 2013. 37. Diaz-Munoz, S. L. Cooperating to Compete: Altruism, Sexual selection and

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Mirek Dymitrow and Rene Brauer

). Shields, R., 1991: Places on the margin. London: Routledge. Shirley R., 2015a: Performing the village (presentation). London: “Re-imagining Rurality” Conference, University of Westminster, (27-28 February 2015). Shirley, R., 2015b: Rural modernity, everyday life and visual cultures. Farnham: Ashgate. Short, J., 1976: Social systems and spatial patterns. In: Antipode, Vol. 8(1), pp. 77-83. Simonsen, K., 2013: In quest of a new humanism: Embodiment, experience and phenomenology as critical geography. In

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Gabriele Dürbeck

Erzähltheorie. Trier. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, S. 73-113. Feindt, Peter H. (2002): Gemeinsam gegen Niemanden. Der Umwelt- und Nachhaltigkeitsdiskurs in Deutschland. In: Neue Soziale Bewegungen 4, Themenheft: Etablierte Herausforderer? Akteure und Diskurse der Umweltpolitik, S. 20-28. Ferrando, Francesca (2016): The Party of the Anthropocene: Post-humanism, Environmentalism and the Post-anthropocentric Paradigm Shift. In: Relations. Post-Anthropocentrism 4.2, S. 159-173. Fisher, Walter (1984): Narration as Human Communication

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Krzysztof Adamczyk

considerations in relation to species selection for animal experimentation. Animals, 4: 729-741. Weitzenfeld A., Joy M. (2014). An overview of anthropocentrism, humanism, and speciesism in critical animal theory. In: Defining critical animal studies: an intersectional social justice approach for liberation, Nocella A.J., Sorenson J., Socha K., Matsuoka A. (eds). Peter Lang Publishing, New York, USA, pp. 3-27. Yayou K., Ito S., Yamamoto N. (2015). Relationships between postnatal plasma oxytocin concentrations and social behaviors in cattle. Anim

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Michaela Strapáčová and Vít Hloušek

inclusion of some elements from the “civilizationist” discourse: [S]upport to immigrants need to be fair to Czech citizens, who shall not be put into the worse position than these newcomers. Socioeconomic assistance to refugees must not handicap inhabitants of the Czech Republic, who are in need. […] Immigrants must learn the language and gain awareness and understanding of national identity and European culture, which is based on a spiritual heritage of classic antiquity, Christianity and humanism. Integration programs must be compulsory for everybody who has

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Paul Morris

churches and different models and degrees of the separation of church and state. The Declaration 11 also granted equal recognition to non-confessional organisations, such as humanists, reflecting earlier formulations that insist on understanding religion not as an independent factor but as an alternative to humanism, rationalism and Freemasonry. As part of the EU’s work towards a constitutional treaty, from 2002 there were a series of consultations about the role of the churches and the place of Christianity in the EU, including a particular acrimonious debate over