Megan Weeren

Weeren, Megan

Weeren, Megan

Junior Fellow & Research Assistant, Institute of Human Rights and Peace, University of Florida, USA

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Junior Fellow & Research Assistant, Institute of Human Rights and Peace, University of Florida, USA

Megan Weeren is an undergraduate with honors at the University of Florida, studying political science, international affairs and Spanish language. She is currently researching contemporary global issues as a junior fellow of the Institute of Human Rights, Peace and Development at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

The Future of Higher Education: The Role of Basic Values
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract In this paper the author identifies the importance of the development of thinking skills in the exposure to higher education. It underscores the intellectual procedures necessary for identification and the solving of problems across disciplinary lines. The paper also explores the problem of the is and the ought in the processes of higher education. It underscores the central issue of shared enlightenment as a major purpose of higher education. It specifically...
The Mind of the Leader*
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract The mind of the leader as a scientific matter, emerges with the development of modern psychoanalysis, modern psychology and contemporary political psychology. The focus on the mind as a scientific matter in the social sciences led to the salience of understanding the psychology of human behavior. It was Freud who provided us with an insight into the structure of personality that in various forms continues to be important. It was Harold Lasswell, a former President...