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Volume 18, Number 2, June 2004

Introduction--the new humanism
pp. 155-159(5)
Author: Gibson, Mark

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Creativity, the 'new humanism' and cultural studies
pp. 161-178(18)
Author: Flew, Terry

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Emotional literacy as a pedagogical product
pp. 179-189(11)
Authors: McWilliam, Erica; Hatcher, Caroline

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Media professions and the new humanism
pp. 191-203(13)
Authors: Balnaves, Mark; Mayrhofer, Debra; Shoesmith, Brian

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The 'New' Singapore: mediating culture and creativity
pp. 205-218(14)
Authors: Leo, Petrina; Lee, Terence

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Post-humanism and the problem of theorizing coherence
pp. 219-234(16)
Author: Zipin, Lew

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What's new? A letter to Terry Flew
pp. 235-246(12)
Author: Donald, James

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Will the real humanism please stand up?
pp. 247-259(13)
Author: Burchell, David

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Spirituality and the (secular) ordinary Australian imaginary
pp. 279-293(15)
Author: Sinclair, Jennifer

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Review article
pp. 295-301(7)
Author: Sternberg, Jason

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Review article
pp. 303-309(7)
Author: Spurgeon, Christina

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