Telepistemology: Descartes’ Last StandTelepistemology: Descartes’ Last Stand
What more do you want?” …”I see something like you …, but I do not see you. I hear something like you through this phone, but I do not hear you
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Descartes’ Error, with Reference to the Third and Fourth MeditationsDescartes’ Error, with Reference to the Third and Fourth Meditations
Descartes for some error he may have committed but to look at what he says about the concept of error or mistake. The overall effect is to raise some doubts about the customary association of Descartes’ philosophy with Methodological Solipsism and
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Five case studies of guided change initiatives executive summaryFive case studies of guided change initiatives executive summary
Mit center for Organizational Learning. Following the change there were dramatic improvements in business results. This article examines several factors that made these change initiatives successful
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Porchat’s neo-Pyrrhonism: an introductory expositionPorchat’s neo-Pyrrhonism: an introductory exposition
Pyrrhonism allows us to see the Pyrrhonian stance as a global, coherent philosophical position, not subject to many often-repeated criticisms
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Adorno On The Ethical and The IneffableAdorno On The Ethical and The Ineffable
Adorno’s philosophical concern with the ineffable. Properly understood, it throws light on his solution to the problem of the availability of the good
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A copernican Revolution in Ethics? Terrell Ward BynumA copernican Revolution in Ethics? Terrell Ward Bynum
To live effectively is to live with adequate information. Thus, communication and control belong to the essence of man’s inner life, even as they belong to his life in society. Norbert Wiener 1954
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The Dilemma of the Only ChildThe Dilemma of the Only Child
A theory concerning only children will then be presented, dealing chiefly with their difficulty with the labels of introversion and extraversion. Personal observations as well as a proposal for testing the theory will be given
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Birth Order and Personality Running Head: birth orderBirth Order and Personality Running Head: birth order
Many people believe that birth order affects a person’s personality development and buy into certain stereotypes such as the first-born is the “golden child” or that middle children have “middle child syndrome” and the youngest child is “the favorite” or
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Themes verdict of deathThemes verdict of death
We die, the universe goes on. Nothing fundamental has changed. Later in his life Camus changed his thinking to add that within this framework, our actions can still be important because we can affect the lives of other persons
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Self-rememberingSelf-remembering
The threshold that must be passed at the outset and crossed and re-crossed time and again.”
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What is it like to think thatWhat is it like to think that
Kobes (1995), Langsam (2000), Levine (1993; 1995), Loar (1987; 1998), McGinn (1992), McCulloch (1999), Moore (1962), Peacocke (1998), Schweizer (1994), Searle (1990), Siewert
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Critical notes on the political philosophers of modernityCritical notes on the political philosophers of modernity
But since “there cannot be good laws where there are not good arms, and where there are good arms there must be good laws, I will not now discuss the laws, but will speak of the arms” (Prince, XII)
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1 A “Copernican” Shift?1 A “Copernican” Shift?
Revolutionary science, on the other hand, occurs when a number of “anomalies” begin to creep into the results of experiments and observations. Some predictions do not come true and the old theories fail to provide satisfying explanations
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The gross misperception of risk that informs so much anti-nuclear fearThe gross misperception of risk that informs so much anti-nuclear fear
The United States Federal Government should obtain, through alternative financing, electricity from small modular reactors for military facilities in the United States
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Revealing the Hidden: The Epiphanic Dimension of Games and Sport byRevealing the Hidden: The Epiphanic Dimension of Games and Sport by
The differences between epiphanic games in traditional societies
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