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Simple Things: Writings of Humanbecoming
A collection of poems written by Sandra Schmidt Bunkers depicting humanbecoming. The author creatively connects all-at-once her experiences with the ocean and humanbecoming. Each core concept of humanbecoming is described through poetry and painting. Paula Denevan, illustrates her mother's word with these original paintings. Simple Things is an exposure to the artistic in humanbecoming and an ideal companion piece to a nursing theory text.
The Humanbecoming Paradigm: A Transformational Wordview (2014)
In this book (her 10th), Rosemarie Rizzo Parse sets forth a different perspective to engage nurses and members of various disciples who are concerned with human dignity and living quality. She offers this work as an ongoing quest in defining unique humanbecoming knowledge for the betterment of humankind.
The Humanbecoming Paradigm: An Everchanging Horizon (2021)
In The Humanbecoming Paradigm: An Everchanging Horizon, Rosemarie Rizzo Parse elaborates the different paradigm that she introduced in her 2014 book, The Humanbecoming Paradigm: A Transformational Worldview. Dr. Parse seeks to engage members of various disciplines who are concerned with humanuniverse dignity and living quality. She further clarifies the notion of humanuniverse as indivisible, unpredictable, everchanging, and illuminates the emergence of humanbecoming knowledge as a cocreation for the 21st century, as she continues to create new language to foster understanding of the paradigm. She specifies the themes of meaning, rhythmicity, and transcendence as incarnated with the humanbecoming principles. Dr. Parse offers more specifics on the postulates, illimitability, paradox, freedom, and mystery as foregrounding the central foundation of reality as a seamless symphony of becoming. She explicates the details of the core knowings of living quality, fortifying wisdom, discerning witness, and penetrating silence. In this work Dr. Parse explores further the ethos of humanbecoming, as she engages in investigations on the tenets, reverence, awe, betrayal, and shame. With sciencing humanbecoming, Dr. Parse introduces with illustrations the basic science modes of inquiry, Parsesciencing and the Humanbecoming Hermeneutic Sciencing. Dr. Parse discusses true presence as the basis of living the art of humanbecoming with illuminating meaning, shifting rhythms, and inspiring anticipation. She sets forth the new concept inventing model and updates the other five models that evolved from the nature of existence of humanbecoming. The other five are the family, community, leading-following, mentoring, and teaching-learning models. Dr. Parse offers this work in the ongoing quest in defining unique humanbecoming knowledge for the betterment of humankind.