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References 1. Kępiński A.: Schizofrenia. Wydawnictwo Literackie, Kraków 2001. 2. Greenfield D., Strauss J.S., Bowers M.B., i in. Insight and interpretation of illness in recovery from psychosis. Schizophr. Bull. 1989; 15: 245–252. 3. Bouroubi, W., Banovic I., Andronikof A., Omnès C. Insight et schizophrénie: revue de la littérature. L'Évolution Psychiatrique ,. 2016, 81 (2), 405-422. 4. Beck A.T., Baruch E., Balter J.M., Steer R.A., Warman D.M.. A new instrument for measuring insight: the Beck Cognitive Insight Scale. Schizophr. Res. 2004; 68: 319–329. 5

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). Teachers' views on the aim of education for sustainable development. Journal of Teacher Education and Training, 1 , 68-80. Salīte, I. (2008). Educational action research for sustainability: Constructing a vision for the future in teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 10 , 5-16. Salīte, I., Gedžūne, G., & Gedžūne, I. (2009). Educational action research for sustainability: Seeking wisdom of insight in teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 11 (2), 14-30. DOI: 10.2478/v10099-009-0037-y. Salīte, I., & Klepere, R


The Path of Insight is a spiritual path of Tibetan Buddhism tradition. The fundamental part consists of three elements, such like: preliminary practices, the tranquility meditation and the penetrating insight meditation. However, counted three parts one ought to perceive as aspects of one process aiming to realize of the soteriology purpose. The achievement of the non­dual state has its own development process, which consists experience of the non­dual state, stabilise it and then development of it. Outline of development process is contained in the Path o Insight and relies on exceeding of subjective­objective divisibility. It is perceived as an effect of the ignorance of true nature of the individual. The achievement of the non­dual state, that is nature of the mind (tib. sems nyid) constitutes the purpose of the Path of Insight and it is described by concept­symbol called mahamudra.

Educational Action Research for Sustainability: Seeking Wisdom of Insight in Teacher Education

The article presents experience from educational action research in teacher education, which was obtained by conducting an investigation with first year students during the first semester of their studies. The aim of this action research is focused on the concept of phronesis, which was theoretically substantiated by Aristotle and further elaborated by several contemporary scholars. The article emphasises the need to recognise different kinds of action research.

This study focuses on the investigation of specific characteristics of phronetic processes. The content of our educational action research is people's attitudes towards own and other species. It was considered a tool for investigating the research aim, which is to develop the ability to find wisdom of insight in phronesis. Three stages of prhonesis (A, B and C) can be distinguished in this educational action research. This article reflects the organisation of action research and evaluates the use of communicative space at the initial stage of research from the perspective of researchers and research participants. The article also contains evaluation of research outcomes concerning the extension of communication discourse and the evaluation of experiences regarding attitudes towards own and other species in various contexts. Finally, the article proposes a brief review of tendencies that reflect changes in the research participant opinions. Discussion and conclusions reflect the specific features of phronetically-oriented action research. The article presents the first experience from phronetically-oriented action research and seeks conditions for promoting wisdom of insight (phronetic skills) in communication and through discourse.

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of Knowing: Insights from the Field of Telemedicine // Organization Science. Vol. 22, No. 3, p. 602-620. 32. Nicolini, D. (2012). Practice Theory, Work, and Organization: An Introduction (1st ed.). - Oxford: Oxford University Press. 33. Nicolini, D., Gherardi, S., Yanow, D. (2003). Introduction: Toward a Practice-Based View of Knowledge and Learning in Organization / In Knowing in Organizations: A Practice-Based Approach, eds. D. Nicolini, S. Gherardi and D. Yanow. - London: M.E. Sharpe. 34. Nicolini, D., Mengis, J., Swan, J. (2012). Understanding the Role of

by Alain Jolibert, Professor of Marketing Research, University of Grenoble, France, and member of the editorial board of MIR. ABoUT jeff cooper Jeffrey S. Cooper has held the position of Global Director of Consumer Insights of Cereal Partners Worldwide since 2009. Before, he was Head of Consumer Insights for the Oceania Region and lived in Australia for a few years. His team is responsible for all aspects of consumer research and syndi- cated data management. He graduated from Northwestern University, Illinois, USA, in 1985, where he studied Political

.’s strategy in September, 2016, we retrieved some 144,000 articles versus about 33,000 articles from our N&N WC-based search. Our results here are more selective; arguably more representative of “core” nano R&D. In order to gain an insight into the evolution of the disciplinary structure of N&N in different developmental phases, Statistical Product and Service Solutions (SPSS) software is employed to do the phase-dividing work. Three variables, (different years, the amount of N&N articles published in each year, and the number of distinct WCs of N&N articles in each year