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In recent years, feminist theology has become increasingly multi-faceted, drawing upon the diverse theories and methodologies of feminist work in other intellectual disciplines.
In recent decades, it's not just organizational communication that's becoming apparently uncontrollable - even the "hard" sciences have found that some of the traditional, simplistic notions about the behavior of objects are not really supportable or understandable by previously unquestioned scientific theories.
According to Popper, the whole point of seeking to shoot down our scientific theories is not simply to increase our supply of skepticism.
Additional work is needed to develop reproducible theories that explain vapor state mechanisms.
In a recent article titled "Freud and Disability," Cubbage and Thomas (1989) provided an assessment of Freud's theories and therapy as these relate to the psychology of disability and various rehabilitation interventions.
Currently, almost a century after being identified as a domain of counseling by Frank Parsons (1909), the career area encompasses a broad range of theories of career development and a wide array of facilitative and remedial career interventions (Liptak, 2001; Niles & Harris-Bowlsbey, 2005).
In fall 2004, a public school board in Pennsylvania approved a policy that Dover Area School District students "will be made aware of gaps/problems in Darwin's theory and of other theories of evolution including, but not limited to, intelligent design.
Investigators develop these themes based on the theories and opinions they form as to why the suspect committed a crime gained through interviews with him, additional evidence collected throughout the case, experience, and training--formulating them without ever scrutinizing scholarly theories of deviance.
Several theories (or more correctly, hypotheses) have been advanced to explain the origin of life; the most popular one is the primordial soup theory.
At its center are points of commonality in theories about what causes crime, and what causes people to desist from crime.
But her neocon friends who went on to run the war in Iraq believed her theories, bringing her on as a consultant at the Pentagon, and they seem to continue to entertain her eccentric belief that Saddam is the fount of the entire shadow war against America.
But the 'new' scientific view of the world depends on other theories, quantum theory certainly, and games theory.