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Should we teach students to theorize? Classical Greek philosophy and the learning journey (2015)
Book Chapter
Gaggiotti, H., & Simpson, P. (2015). Should we teach students to theorize? Classical Greek philosophy and the learning journey. In W. Mayrhofer, & C. Mabey (Eds.), Developing Leadership. Questions Business Schools Don’t AskSage

In this chapter we reflect on theorizing using Plato’s allegory of the Cave as a mythical representation of the journey to see the eidos, the Forms or Ideas, which Plato considered the most fundamental reality. The philosopher-as-theoros was not taug... Read More about Should we teach students to theorize? Classical Greek philosophy and the learning journey.

Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective (2015)
Journal Article
Tomkins, L., & Simpson, P. (2015). Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective. Organization Studies, 36(8), 1013-1031. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840615580008

© 2015, © The Author(s) 2015. This paper develops the idea of caring leadership based on Heidegger’s philosophy of care. From this perspective, caring leadership is grounded in the practices of ‘leaping-in’ and ‘leaping-ahead’ as modes of interventio... Read More about Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective.