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phronesis

 [fro-ne´sis]
in bioethics, the virtue of practical wisdom, the capacity for moral insight to discern what moral choice or course of action is most conducive to the good of the agent or the activity in which the agent is engaged.
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The statement was made by Alok Tayal, Global Head of Sales & Strategy at Phronesis Partners.
I am not advocating the recuperation of phronesis at the expense of, but rather in order to preserve, ratio and techne.
La phronesis ya no seria una ciencia (episteme) de lo necesario e invariable, sino la virtud dianoetica propiamente humana segun el reconocido estudioso de Aristoteles, Pierre Aubenque (39), cuyo cometido es lo contingente, lo que puede ser de otra manera, permitiendo dirigirse hacia el bien realizable en el mundo.
Podria decirse que la phronesis, una virtud etica, no tiene nada que ver con la hermeneutica, que parece ser algo teorico.
First at ontology level there is a transition from knowledge as information to knowledge as tacit explicit and phronesis.
La nocion de Phronesis es puesta en discusion en el presente articulo, la lectura que se realiza desde la misma procura liberarse de los limites de contexto antiguo, y encamina mas bien, a ensancharse hacia nuevas lecturas, particularmente desde la contemporaneidad.
The discussion of phronesis continues in chapter 7.
At least three of these players are now major figures on the UK scene, with Neame being particularly notable, as a member of Phronesis and the Cinematic Orchestra.
Uno es la phronesis, la recta razon de las cosas singulares que pueden realizarse y el otro es la techne, arte, tecnica y saber practico que el propio Aristoteles definio como la recta razon de las cosas que pueden producirse (Cf.
There's a strong UK representation, with sets by Phronesis, Roller Trio, reedsman Julian Siegel, plus pianists Zoe Rahman, Django Bates and Jason Rebello.
Their topics include network innovation, making innovation happen using accounting controls, self-managing teams as a case of management innovation in action, management education for organizational and managerial innovation, phronesis and improvisation in knowledge work, communities of practice, innovation and the culture of persecution in managing the Lodz ghetto, and innovating professionalism in a communication consultancy.
Regarding phronesis and an ethics of responsibility: