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In 1992, communication science had finally obtained its desired propaedeutic course, which was also a milestone in the process of reaching an independent status and strengthening confidence as a recognized social science.
Chapter 6, "An Editorial Propaedeutic," lies at the intersection of bibliography and editorial practice, particularly where textual variants call for adjudication.
In "A Propaedeutic to the Philosophical Hermeneutics of John Dewey," Thomas Jeannot summarizes the connection thusly:
The Letters are hard to classify; they belong to that nameless group of books written by philosophers that have the appearance of philosophy, but, on closer inspection, are propaedeutic to the activity of philosophy itself.
I appeal to communication theory to distinguish theology from fundamental theology and to examine the implications of this distinction for understanding each of the three (propaedeutic, apologetic, and dialogical) tasks of fundamental theology.
One the most relevant events in the last six years, from the academic perspective for the Faculty, took place in the second semester of 2010, with the decision from the Academic Council of adopting the model for formation on Propaedeutic Cycles for the curricular projects offered in the Faculty.
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Tenders are invited for Production MOOC propaedeutic (priority - actions 1 and 2 of the Digital Agenda)
Admittedly, much of this propaedeutic attention to the sacred scripture of Islam has emerged within broader political contexts of war and terrorism, which have foregrounded the Quran as a key to understanding current events.
Such passages show that, as the work progresses, natural aesthetics fulfils a propaedeutic function regarding environmental ethics.
With regard to the initial Secondary Education teacher training, the enactment of the Organic Law of General Organisation of the Educational System (LOGSE, 1990) raised that the Secondary Education teachers' skill levels stopped being exclusively propaedeutic for the university, when ordering that Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) is a general, basic, compulsory and free level.
Devine's proposition is more nuanced, instead seeing them as propaedeutic to the dramatic changes about to occur in the remainder of the century and beyond.