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"Filip Boicu"

  1. Feed-back Mechanisms in the Bahá'í Community and the Need for a Global Knowledge Architecture, The, by Filip Boicu (2023). Checks and balances and information-sharing between the Appointed and the Elected Arms; feedback from Bahá’í scholarship, individuals, and grass-roots; outside expertise and partners; The Knowledge Game. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  2. Karlberg's Notion of Consultation and Bahá'í Consultation (Ontological Truths, Knowledge and Ethics), by Filip Boicu (2022-05). Michael Karlberg proposes a "consultative epistemology" as central to the Bahá'í methodology for social change. The claim is that a new model for civilization building has been born, one that transcends previous limitations. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  3. Notes on Uncertainty & the World: Theories for Social Change? A Framing, by Filip Boicu (2023-09). On what theories are dominant in a particular setting via the use of a basic grid; social and religious applications; religions, social change, and strategies for growth; gaps in existing Bahá'í literature. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  4. On the Notion of a 'Conceptual Framework' in Bahá'í Education: Part 1. The Harmony of Science and Religion, by Filip Boicu (2021). Looking at the notion of a conceptual framework for Bahá’í education from the perspective of the integration of science and religion suggests the Bahá’í community is currently undergoing a significant epistemological transition (e.g. 'anti-racism'). Unpublished Articles. [about]
  5. One Concern with the Notion of Power as an Element of the Conceptual Framework Guiding the Activities of the Bahá'í Community, by Filip Boicu (2022-04). Power can be defined in negative or positive ways, as either adversarialism (oppressive power dominance) or mutualism (emancipatory egalitarian empowerment). Anti-foundationalism argues that injustice must be challenged at the individual, micro-level. Essays and short articles. [about]
  6. Principle of the Oneness of Humankind, The: Strong Foundationalism, Non-Adversarialism, and the Imperatives of Our Time, by Filip Boicu (2022). Some of the ways in which the concept of globalization has been framed in the recent past; the vision of Shoghi Effendi; The Seven Valleys and social change; moral codes and ethical living; the oneness of humankind and non-adversarialism. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  7. Social Justice, Higher Education and the Oneness of Humankind, by Filip Boicu (2016). Notions of social justice can be reconfigured and connected to a positive ideology for universities with the understandings of the unity of humankind, the process of globalization in the light of unity, and the role of universities as a medium for change. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  8. Strong Foundationalism in the Bahá'í Faith?: An Analysis of Michael Karlberg's 'Ontological Foundationalism', by Filip Boicu (2022-04). A close reading of Michael Karlberg's Constructing Social Reality. An Inquiry into the Normative Foundations of Social Change, and reflections on the Bahá’í methodology for social justice and social change that he has put forward. Unpublished Articles. [about]
  9. What Is Bahá'í Education?, by Filip Boicu (2022-08). different current expectations about what should fall under the topic of "Bahá’í education"; three types of curricula (FUNDAEC, Anisa, BIHE) and their theoretical sources; these must be drawn together into a field of study; the importance of universities. Presentations. [about]
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