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Ideological Evolution: The Competitiveness of Nations in a Global Knowledge-Based Economy

Doctoral Papers of Harry Hillman Chartrand, PhD

University of Saskatchewan, July 2006




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Dr. Harry Hillman Chartrand, PhD


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Curriculum Vitae


Launched  January 2002


[under construction]

Aesthetics (including Art & Design), Biology (economics, history, philosophy, technology), Economics, Epistemology (economics, history, philosophy, sociology), Geopolitics, Intellectual Property, Science (economics, history, philosophy, sociology), Psychology, Social Science,

Technology (economics, history, philosophy, sociology)

cf. - cross reference


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Berleant, A., Surrogate Theories of Art, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 30 (2), Dec. 1969, 163-185.

Berleant, A., Aesthetics and the Contemporary Arts, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 29 (2), Winter 1970, 155-168.

Berleant, A., The Verbal Presence: An Aesthetics of Literary Performance, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 31 (3), Spring 1973, 339-346.

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Wright, F. L., The Living City, Horizon Press, NYC, 1958. (notes)




Adler, R.G., Biotechnology as an Intellectual Property, Science, 224 (4647), Apr. 27, 1984, 357-363. cf. Intellectual Property

Arora, A. and Gamardella, A., "Complimentarity and External Linkages: The Strategies of the Large Firms in Biotechnology", Journal of Industrial Economics, 38(4), June 1990, 361-379. (extract) cf. Economics

Bradie, M, and Harms, W., Evolutionary Epistemology, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2001. cf. Epistemology

Cambrosio, A. and Peter Keating, P., “Going Monoclonal”: Art, Science, and Magic in the Day-to-Day Use of Hybridoma Technology, Social Problems, 35 (3), June 1988, 244-260. cf. Epistemology











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