The ambiguities of colour: wittgenstein and lichtenberg on colour and colour perceptionThe ambiguities of colour: wittgenstein and lichtenberg on colour and colour perception
Published in c Gefwert & o lagerspetz (eds.), Wittgenstein and Philosophical Psychology
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The Lost CityThe Lost City
Olmec of MesoAmerica, the Minoan of Crete, and Mesopotamia. The students will then do their own research on one of these cultures and use their information to write a persuasive essay convincing the reader to either accept or reject the culture as the
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Hitler is not German, he is from Austria, but due to nationalism the difference is minimal
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1998 Symposium: Constitutional Issues Involving Use of the Internet *7571998 Symposium: Constitutional Issues Involving Use of the Internet *757
And then suddenly as if Congress had a sense that perhaps I was getting bored with this stuff, so they passed the Communications Decency Act and gave me a whole new range of issues to talk about at some length
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Essay on Robert Brandom, Making it ExplicitEssay on Robert Brandom, Making it Explicit
There is a fundamental difference of direction in our work. But I will try to show that our residual disagreementsBwhich at first make us appear poles apart on some very central thesesBmight quite easily be nudged into consonance if Brandom can take on what I view as
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The computational perspective: a talk with daniel cThe computational perspective: a talk with daniel c
And it's only really with the ideas of computation that we now have some clear and manageable ideas about what could possibly be going on. We don't have the right story yet, but we've got some good ideas
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Agnes of godAgnes of god
But if I stay little, it won't happen. She says God presents us to our mothers in bundles of eight pounds six ounces. I have to be eight pounds again. I'm being punished. I don't know why
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Larry sjaastad, the last chicagoanLarry sjaastad, the last chicagoan
Larry as a person. In what follows, I draw on a book of letters from 72 of Larry’s former students and colleagues that was presented to him in July 2004 at The University of Western Australia
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Ec1400 Review Sheet Alex SloaneEc1400 Review Sheet Alex Sloane
Richard T. Ely Lecture—International Financial Crises: Causes, Prevention, and Cures
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How to Wreck a Syllabus in Three Easy Steps Feride Hekimgil, TurkeyHow to Wreck a Syllabus in Three Easy Steps Feride Hekimgil, Turkey
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Origins of the Cold WarOrigins of the Cold War
Steven Schuker, Corcoran Professor of History at the University of Virginia; Carolyn Eisenberg, Professor of History at Hofstra University, and Philip Zelikow
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Euclid Corridor Oral History Project Interview with Carol HornekEuclid Corridor Oral History Project Interview with Carol Hornek
Kiehl: Can you tell me about your childhood and about the neighborhoods you grew up in?
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An interview on minimalismAn interview on minimalism
Ab & lr: To start from a personal note, let us take the Pisa Lectures as a point of departure [1]
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