Discovering Potential and Actualizing Horizons

Dr. Richard Waguespack, Ph.D., LCSW

-Author- -Educator- -Consultant-  -Coach-

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BEING BECOMING —Integrative Paradigms—

Volume I: Ontological Modeling (Available)

 Volume II: Target Date 4.5.19

 Volume III: Target Date 8.6.19

 Volume IV: Target Date 10.14.19

 Volume V: Target Date 11.5.19

 Volume VI: Target Date 2.8.19

 Volume VII: Defer Date

 Volume VIII: Defer Date

 Volume IX: Defer Date

 Volume X: Defer Date

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ISBN Description of Volume I:  Distills what is most important from historical and contemporary work in Ontology and develops effective ontological paradigms for interface with other disciplines; hence the platform of “Interdisciplinary Ontology”. This first volume introduces the reader to a variety of ontological problems in academia and workplace and offers approaches enriched with Interdisciplinary Ontology in order to successfully overcome them. Foundational concepts and constructs are provided for the reader to manage comprehensive positions and arguments aligning with a Judeo-Christian perspective cognizant of other major venues in pursuit of the Ontological Good. Volume I prepares the reader for future volumes that will advance a “new synthesis” relevant for pedagogy and practice of central professions. These include healthcare, social work, science, IT, and law amidst others. Human development and group dynamics in organizational settings are a significant focus at various intervals throughout the Being Becoming Series.

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