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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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La hermeneutica se erige en un "transito barroco" y edificante entre una epistemologia que ha caido en el exceso y otra, aunque nueva epistemologia, aun no construida aunque esperada desde una phronesis. Por esta razon el pensamiento edificante no es extremo, sino una variacion, una contingente esperanza.
First at ontology level there is a transition from knowledge as information to knowledge as tacit explicit and phronesis.
The discussion of phronesis continues in chapter 7.
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.
We develop this last idea by drawing (unlike Jonas, Bauman or Levinas) on Aristotle's idea of phronesis.
The second band, piano trio Phronesis, led by Danish bass player Jasper Hoiby, were a touch more straight-faced.
Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
With direct and simple prose, and a refreshingly unpretentious tone, Annas proposes a developmental account of virtue that rehabilitates the skill-analogy in order to more fully illuminate the intersections between phronesis and arete, the ultimate aim of which is to reveal the ways in which virtue is partly constitutive of eudamonia.