Abstract BackgroundAbstract Background
Generating genius? How an Alzheimer’s drug became considered a ‘cognitive enhancer’ for healthy individuals
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Chapter I: a survey of some fundamental problemsChapter I: a survey of some fundamental problems
A scientist, whether theorist or experimenter, puts forward statements, or systems of statements, and tests them step by step. In the field of the empirical sciences, more particularly, he constructs hypotheses, or systems of theories
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Interpretation Under Ambiguity Peter Norvig University of California, Berkeley IntroductionInterpretation Under Ambiguity Peter Norvig University of California, Berkeley Introduction
We start with a standard strategy for interpretation, and show how problems relating to ambiguity can confound this strategy, leading us to a more complex strategy. We start with the simplest of strategies
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On Walter DubislavOn Walter Dubislav
Walter Dubislav. The paper was written together with another one, “Walter Dubislav’s Philosophy of Science and Mathematics”, that is more concentrated on Dubislav’s philosophy and says practically nothing about his biography
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Analytical Political Philosophy: (January 2010) Political Philosophy and the Founders of Analytic PhilosophyAnalytical Political Philosophy: (January 2010) Political Philosophy and the Founders of Analytic Philosophy
Despite the attention given to political philosophy in Russell’s History of Western Philosophy (Russell, 1949), and the fact that his first published book was German Social Democracy
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Current issues in comparative macrosociology: a debate on methodological issuesCurrent issues in comparative macrosociology: a debate on methodological issues
Three such problems labeled the small N, the Gallon and the black-box problems are shown to arise with both approaches, and a critique is advanced of recent claims by exponents of case-oriented work that that they dispose of special and privileged means of by-passing
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Styles in Philosophy: the Case of Carnap1Styles in Philosophy: the Case of Carnap1
In order to get you in the right mood for what I am going to talk about in my paper I would like to start with two quotations everyone of you is familiar with. The texts were published only two years apart from each other
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Classic author of continental philosophy, the target of exercises in a logically inspired criticism of metaphysicsClassic author of continental philosophy, the target of exercises in a logically inspired criticism of metaphysics
Carnap's 'Elimination of Metaphysics Through Logical Analysis of Language'. A retrospective Consideration of the Relationship between Continental and Analytic Philosophy
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