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Can we avoid being angry? Should we avoid being angry?

Reid, Eileen (2012) Can we avoid being angry? Should we avoid being angry? Scottish Review (535).

How are we to regain our competitive edge? By studying philosophy

Reid, Eileen (2011) How are we to regain our competitive edge? By studying philosophy. Scottish Review (467).

I'm neurotic about being happy. Happiness is no laughing matter

Reid, Eileen (2012) I'm neurotic about being happy. Happiness is no laughing matter. Scottish Review (536).

On this significant day, a theory on why the Scots still lack well-being

Reid, Eileen (2012) On this significant day, a theory on why the Scots still lack well-being. Scottish Review (506).

Our present condition reminds me of the cave

Reid, Eileen (2011) Our present condition reminds me of the cave. Scottish Review (481).

Public debate should be a lot better than 'Question Time'

Reid, Eileen (2012) Public debate should be a lot better than 'Question Time'. Scottish Review (542).

Scottish Review Anthology 2012

Reid, Eileen (2012) Scottish Review Anthology 2012. In: Scottish Review 2012. ICS Books, 7, 116-8,117. ISBN 978-0-9546527-7-7

They think I'm metaphysically confused. I have news for them.

Reid, Eileen (2012) They think I'm metaphysically confused. I have news for them. Scottish Review (530).

Try again. Fail again. Fail better

Reid, Eileen (2012) Try again. Fail again. Fail better. Scottish Review (501).

When is it morally right to intervene?

Reid, Eileen (2012) When is it morally right to intervene? Scottish Review (524).

Why do we condone this disgraceful reek? What can be done about it?

Reid, Eileen (2011) Why do we condone this disgraceful reek? What can be done about it? Scottish Review (455).

The answer to apathy: a new passion for the lives of ordinary people

Reid, Eileen (2012) The answer to apathy: a new passion for the lives of ordinary people. Scottish Review (548).

The paragraph you are about to read is the sanitised version

Reid, Eileen (2012) The paragraph you are about to read is the sanitised version. Scottish Review (518).

The universal duty to question everything we believe

Reid, Eileen (2011) The universal duty to question everything we believe. Scottish Review (487).

The Third Space: a paradigm for internationalisation

Reid, Eileen, Harley, Alison, James, Stephanie, Reid, Seona, Robinson, Hilary and Watson, Yvonne (2008) The Third Space: a paradigm for internationalisation. In: The student experience in art and design higher education: drivers for change. Jill Rogers Associates Limited, Cambridge, 167-187T. ISBN 0 9547111 7 3

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