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2008Conceptual learning in higher education: some philosophical pointsMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchConceptual learning in higher education: some philosophical points, Oxford Review of Education, vol.34, 1, 2008,pp 75-87
2016Dahlbeck and pure ontologyMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchDahlbeck and pure ontology, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.48, 9, 2016,pp 928-942
2007Equivocation as a point of orderMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchEquivocation as a point of order, Argumentation: an international journal on reasoning, vol.21,(3),2007,pp 223-231
2014From speech acts to semanticsMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchFrom speech acts to semantics, Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, vol.36, 49, 2014,pp 121-142
2012Holden's Public University and its Rawlsian Silence on ReligionMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchHolden's Public University and its Rawlsian Silence on Religion, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.44, 7, 2012,pp 686-706
2010How biology teachers can respond to Intelligent DesignMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchHow biology teachers can respond to Intelligent Design, Cambridge Journal of Education, vol.40, 1, 2010,pp 53-67
2009Kitching's trouble with theory: ''The tree is known by its fruit'' (Mt. 12.33)Mackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchKitching's trouble with theory: ''The tree is known by its fruit'' (Mt. 12.33), Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.41, 3, 2009,pp 240-244
2004Neil Cranston On Revolutionary LeadershipMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchNeil Cranston On Revolutionary Leadership, Change: Transformations in Education, vol.7,(1),2004,pp 64-76
2014Peers on Socrates and PlatoMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchPeers on Socrates and Plato, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.46, 7, 2014,pp 764-777
2006Positivism and Constructivism, Truth and "Truth"Mackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchPositivism and Constructivism, Truth and "Truth", Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia, 23-26 November 2006, vol.1,(),2006,pp 1-11
2011Positivism and Constructivism, Truth and 'Truth'Mackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchPositivism and Constructivism, Truth and 'Truth', Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.43, 5, 2011,pp 534-546
2010Positivism and Constructivism, Truth and ‘Truth’Mackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchPositivism and Constructivism, Truth and ‘Truth’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.43, N/A,pp 1-13
2014Postmodernism and Science Education: An AppraisalMackenzie, Jim; Brown, James Robert; Good, Ron; Education and Social Work - ResearchPostmodernism and Science Education: An Appraisal in International Handbook of Research in History, Philosophy and Science Teaching, Springer, 2014, pp. 1057-1086
2007The qualitative-quantitative distinction and the null hypothesis significance testing procedureMackenzie, Jim; Ratnesar, Nimal; Education and Social Work - Research; Koori CentreThe qualitative-quantitative distinction and the null hypothesis significance testing procedure in Philosophy, Methodology and Educational Research, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007, pp. 107-115
2006The quantitative-qualitative distinction and the null hypothesis significance testing procedureMackenzie, Jim; Ratnesar, Nimal; Education and Social Work - Research; Koori CentreThe quantitative-qualitative distinction and the null hypothesis significance testing procedure, Journal of Philosophy of Education, vol.40, 4, 2006,pp 501-509
2007Rational autonomy as an educational aimMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchRational autonomy as an educational aim in Values Education and Lifelong Learning: Principles, Policies, Programmes, Springer, 2007, pp. 93-106
2004Religious Upbringing Is Not As Michael Hand DescribesMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchReligious Upbringing Is Not As Michael Hand Describes, Journal of Philosophy of Education, vol.38,(1),2004,pp 129-142
2007A reply on behalf of the relativist to Mark Mason's justification of universal ethical principlesMackenzie, Jim; School of Education and Social Work Research OperationsA reply on behalf of the relativist to Mark Mason's justification of universal ethical principles, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.39, 6, 2007,pp 657-675
2018Rodgers on calls for observable verbsMackenzie, Jim; School of Education and Social Work Research OperationsRodgers on calls for observable verbs, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.50, 1, 2018,pp 18-27
2011Sankey’s Personal UnderstandingMackenzie, Jim; Education and Social Work - ResearchSankey’s Personal Understanding, Educational Philosophy and Theory, vol.43, 9, 2011,pp 943-959