1. Discourse Analysis
The difference between Discourse Analysis and X* is one of the most recurrent questions the members of @Discourse Analysis Group ask. This question can deceive learners into thinking that defining and drawing borders around the field of Discourse Analysis is something easy to do when in reality, it’s not. By writing an answer to this, […]
  1. Research
In the previous article “Reasoning Gaps: The Reason to Replicate Research Part II”, I concluded the discussion about research replication for the purpose of rectification of reasoning problems found in previous researches with the metaphor of a ship in the middle of a sea as follows: “For a clearer picture, think of it like a […]
  1. How-to
  2. Research
A research question is at the core around which revolves almost everything, ranging from the methodological choices taken, going through the constructed theoretical framework, and up to the inferences and deductions leading to logical conclusions. One challenging problem every student faces when planning research is finding and constructing a research question. Knowing how to come […]
  1. General Knowledge
David Chalmers is an Australian philosopher and cognitive scientist. He is very well known for his contributions to the areas of philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, metaphysics, and epistemology. He is also a professor of philosophy and neural science, and the director of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness at the University of […]



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