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Alejo Carpentier is a writer who handles a huge volume of intellectual and cultural nature, due to his exquisite competence in subjects as different as music, architecture, history, philosophy, anthropology, art and literature. Thanks to his polished education from childhood and the endless curiosity and capacity to wonder about the cultural phenom...
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Dr.B.R. Ambedkar was a figure of towering intellectual acumen with expertise in various subject matters such as Anthropology, Legal jurisprudence, Economy, History, Philosophy, and so on. A true "Traditional Reformer" who rose up against the hegemonic practices of Brahmanism. His ideas on Indian society, caste, and numerous other issues can be cons...
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Background: Over the last century the medical view of suicide (that it is always or almost always the result of a mental disorder) has prevailed. It has been refuted but it persists. We are of the view that a more realistic path to suicide can be characterized by three components 1) people may find life unpleasant and a cause of suffering, 2) death...
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Our presentation has as focus the connections between the research on teacher education in the context of debates about Nature of Science, of the understanding of models and scientific theories and the building of didactical approach based on History and Philosophy of Science (HPS). Moreover, our discussion takes a position of a continue research o...
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This paper contributes to explaining the rise of logical empiricism in mid-twentieth century (North) America and to a better understanding of American philosophy of science before the dominance of logical empiricism. We show that, contrary to a number of existing histories, philosophy of science was already a distinct subfield of philosophy, one wi...
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This presentation is provided by the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (IASST) Forum and talks about The Functional Training for Sports through those points what Functional Training is? Brief history Philosophy of Functional Training Concept of Functional Training principles of Functional Training The difference between Isolati...
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The Ahenemma Mpaboa or royal sandal is the second most valuable artifact in the Asante royal regalia that define the authority of a chief in the Asante Kingdom of Ghana. Unfortunately, little is known of the Ahenemma Mpaboa as an important cultural symbol that defines royalty in the Asante Kingdom. Therefore, this ethnographic study under the quali...
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The concept of crisis has a long history across disciplines (medicine, history, political economy , political science, sociology, psychology, history, philosophy of science, etc.). This concept has been used in a variety of different ways. Vygotsky employed the concept of crisis in a critique of psychology as a 'problematic discipline'. Additionall...
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"ABSTRACT KEY WORDS: Public Administration; science as ontic expression; theoretical inquiry; meta-theoretical inquiry; Teleology; Ontology; Epistemology. Throughout the spatio-temporal span of just over thirteen decades that account for Public Administration’s existence, many scholars of this field of study bewailed the loss of an almost achieve...
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Ensuring the growth of the national economy, economic efficiency and freedom is impossible without knowledge of the ba- sics of economic systems, which are associated with the study of the nature and patterns of previous economic theories. In order to understand the current state and develop optimal models of economic development of Ukraine, the h...
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This paper elucidates the philosophical origins of the conception of plants as machines and analyses the contemporary technical and ethical consequences of that thinking. First, we explain the historical relationship between the explicit animal machine thesis of Descartes and the implicit plant machine thesis of today. Our hypothesis is that, altho...
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This paper presents the results of a survey of students majoring in STEM fields whose education contained a significant history, philosophy and sociology (HPS) of science component. The survey was administered to students in a North American public 4-year university just prior to completing their HPS sequence. The survey assessed students’ attitude...
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In this chapter, we intend to bring the urgency of our times, pointed out by discussions about the Anthropocene, to research in history, philosophy, and sociology of science in science teaching. After considering the own historicity of the Anthropocene concept, we seek, through a short historical case on botany, to build new lenses to look at Weste...
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Indonesia has various traditional foods, some of which are the result of acculturation with other countries’ foods. Sangga buwana is the Javanese-Dutch influenced cuisine, which became one of the favorite dishes of the sultans of Yogyakarta. Till date, the publication about sangga buwana is still limited. This paper aimed to introduce and spread th...
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Summary: Modern sport is a social phenomenon that is characterized as a system of multifaceted human activity aimed at acquiring new knowledge and skills, optimizing motor abilities, improving health, and real recovery from mental and physical stress. One of the desired sports disciplines at the University is "Judo and Martial Arts", which discipli...
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Research, innovation, and progress in the life sciences are increasingly contingent on access to large quantities of data. This is one of the key premises behind the “open science” movement and the global calls for fostering the sharing of personal data, datasets, and research results. This paper reports on the outcomes of discussions by the panel...
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Peuyeum is a fermented cassava product from Indonesia. Peuyeum or cassava tapay is known as “Peuyeum Bandung,” whose name refers to a provincial capital in West Java, Java Island. Peuyeum is processed through fermentation and uses starter cultures in the form of yeast tapay. The word peuyeum comes from “meuyeum” or “memeram,” which in Sundanese—the...
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This section intends to present a conceptual analysis of basic terms in the history and philosophy of science. The history and philosophy of science is a study of the gradual development of the entire series of human activities which has culminated in what is now termed science. As can be seen and expected, the terms, “History”, Philosophy” and “Sc...
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Teaching and learning of quantum physics at secondary level is an active field of research. One important challenge is finding ways to promote understanding of quantum concepts without the mathematical formalism that is embedded in quantum mechanics but unavailable on the secondary level. We investigated Norwegian secondary students’ ( N = 291) des...
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The culture of learning Bahá’ís are developing is not simply concerned with the acquisition of existing knowledge. It is also concerned with the generation of new knowledge for the benefit of humanity. In this regard, the Bahá’í community seeks to be 'scientific in its method' (Shoghi Effendi, 1933). To explore what this means, we begin by examinin...
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Introductory chemistry textbooks often present valence bond (VB) theory as useful, but incorrect and inferior to molecular orbital (MO) theory, citing the electronic structure of O2 and electron delocalization as evidence. Even texts that initially present the two theories on equal footing use language that biases students toward the MO approach. H...
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Has biblical scholarship become irrelevant to modern secular societies? Are the threats to the viability of biblical scholarship of the same nature as the threats to other areas of the humanities (history, philosophy, literature), or is there a qualitative difference? What about the role of technology in biblical research and biblical education? Wh...
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The article is devoted to the study of the specifics of modern Ukrainian feminism as a theoretical discourse and practical experience. As a theory, feminism is presented in a wide cross-sectional range of research (in history, philosophy, psychology, literary studies, political science, cultural research, pedagogy, etc.) from gender studies to essa...
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Based on extensive research in primary and secondary sources and on field research in Ghana, including more than 40 interviews, and applying her formidable expertise in African history, philosophy, historical anthropology and religious studies, Dr. Louise Muller has produced a superb analysis of the history and transformation of the roles of chieft...
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This study addresses a larger issue of the employer brand, in the light of external marketing that, in the context of the employer brand, establishes the company's image as an Employer of Choice. In general, every organization wants to become an Employer of Choice because the recruited individuals uphold the company's values and increase their atta...
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The chemical enterprise is recognizing that inclusive and equitable environments are essential to its mission and advancement. As such, the education and training of chemists requires a reassessment of how academic programs integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as a core principle of educational quality. This article describes a 3-year p...
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As a recent study in the UK demonstrates, the loss of local socio-cultural hubs, namely pubs, may entail the dislocation and political radicalization of residents deprived of their loved places for communication (Bolet 2021). A similar warning was given three decades ago by Ray Oldenburg, an American urban sociologist, in his seminal book The Great...
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In fact, COVID-19 pandemic could slightly compare with the spiritual consensus of worldly human beings. Preliminary, it has almost been a tremendous reason to judge humanistic values in many associative ways. Here, I do make severe attempts to emphasise a causal overview regarding the humanitarian sensitivity and the global spirituality caused by t...
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In 1933, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, two Jewish teenagers from Ohio, fashioned an ideal personality called Superman and a narrative of his marvelous deeds. Little did they suspect that several years after conceptualizing the figure and their many vain attempts to sell the story to various comic book publishers, their creation would give rise to t...
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The purpose of the article is to analyze the conditions and stages in the formation of the conceptual-categorical framework of cultural sciences. The methodology is based on general scientific approaches such as terminological and systematic. The purpose and objectives of the publication define the use of such research methods as analysis, synthesi...
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The academic history of Islam in China. It not only refers to the academic history of Chinese scholars' research on Chinese Islam, but also includes the carding of various researches and achievements of Chinese scholars on foreign Islam and Muslims. This includes the study of Islamic classics such as Koran and Hadith, History, Pedagogy, Philosophy,...
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The objective of the article was to critique two cognitive strategies used by both proponents of Christian and secular moralities to justify an exclusionary relationship between them, thus contributing to the conflict between them. They are the cognitive strategies of foundationalism and incompatibilism. The objective was also to resume a critical...
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Hasan Onat is an important Islamic scholar who strives to create a new Islamic civilization that includes humanity at its center and can address the modern world, including the universal values produced by humanity. He did not prioritize any field among the authors whose thoughts he consulted. All the resources that can support him on this path an...
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The June 2021 issue of CJAS focuses on Eurocentrism in area studies, especially on the Middle East, Africa, China, East, and South East Asia. As an interdisciplinary platform, the June 2021 issue of CJAS features 4 original research articles, 1 review essay, 2 book reviews, and 1 project final report. The articles in the June 2021 issue focus on th...
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Victor Sokolov’s article «Genesis and features of the functioning of illegal libraries in Ukraine: historical and socio-political factors» examined the peculiarities of formation, characteristics and peculiarities of illegal libraries, as well as socio-political factors, social conditions and main directions of these collections, mainly in Ukraine....
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The critical note aims to reflect on the meaning of a reflection on the Italian cultural tradition starting from Corrado Claverini’s book La tradizione flosofca italiana. Quattro paradigmi interpretativi, published by Quodlibet, in 2021. According to Claverini, the Italian philosophy has a polychromatic tradition capable of overcoming both nationalis...
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Mizaj is derived from the Arabic word which means intermixing with each other. According to Ibn Nafees mizaj is an inter mixture of different components. The word mizaj is described as temperament which springs from the Latin word tempero, which suggests mix. In the Unani system of medicine mizaj is the most important and difficult concept as it de...
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This paper examines the intersections of peace education (PE) and global citizenship education (GCED) as twin educational fields committed to the cultivation of a global culture of peace. The paper is organized in six sections. The first section outlines a brief history and evolution of GCED and PE in the 20th and 21st centuries. It then provides a...
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An introduction to the English translation of the book: It's been almost ten years since the second edition of the Book "Physics: from the Beginning to Now" (in the Persian language) was published. During this time, the knowledge of physics has improved and new experiments have been performed that are unique in the history of science because of the...
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In this study, we are discussing the rationale behind informed consent in clinical trials in developing countries. It elaborates how informed consent has remained an ethical and practical issue. Poverty, endemic diseases, and a lack of investment in healthcare systems influence the ease of conducting and selecting trials that can benefit the people...
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The objectives are to provide the ethical rationale as to why the conduct of scientific research in the pediatric population is moral responsibility? Also, the roles and responsibilities of the research ethics board are emphasized; Institutional Review Board to maintain and receive formal training and education to meet the ethical and regulatory st...
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This community service program focuses on mentoring and developing small business based on culture. The partner of this activity is Paguyuban Sangga Braja which is located in Batu City. Paguyuban Sangga Braja has a cultural product called as udeng or the typical headband of Batu City. This udeng is designed with an emphasis on the history, philosop...
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The paper is a brief mapping of the situation in the field of didactics of philosophy in the Slovak Republic. We observe that, despite almost three decades of separation of official philosophy from the dominance of Marxist philosophy, there is no satisfactory basis for the didactics of philosophy. The discipline Didactics of philosophy is represent...
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Earth Day 2021, with the theme of “Restore Our Earth”, along with Chemists Celebrate Earth Week 2021 from ACS with the theme “Reducing Our Footprint with Chemistry”, provides a rich opportunity to reflect on the extent to which we integrate sustainability into chemistry education. Chemistry plays a central interdisciplinary role among all the scien...
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The article lists the milestones of the “State and Society in China” annual conference since 1970 traditionally held by the China Department of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow). This is Russia’s most prominent Sinological conference. Within the three days, scholars discuss various issues of history, phil...
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The purpose of this work was to develop and substantiate an argument for what science looks like in the classroom based on observation analysis and critique. Proceeding from general contextual information related to the history and philosophy of science and education in the sciences in the U.S. to the more specific information related to the partic...
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Understanding about nature of science is important topic in science education as well as in pre-service science teacher education. In science education, Nature of Science (NOS), in its different forms of educational scaffoldings, seeks to provide with students an understanding of features of scientific knowledge and science in general, how scientif...
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The Theory of Evolution has influenced man in all fields of thinking. It has left its tremendous impact on History, Philosophy, Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Chemistry, Physics, and almost all other knowledge branches.
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Edited by Emiliano Bosio, this volume includes chapters with Henry Giroux, Carlos Alberto Torres, Lynette Shultz, Sharon Stein, William Gaudelli, Vanessa Andreotti, Hans Schattle, Yusef Waghid, Douglas Bourn, Massimiliano Tarozzi, Miri Yemini, Maria Guajardo, Maureen Ellis, Silvia Moraes, Eduardo Moraes Arraut and Josefina Moraes Arraut. Conversati...
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RESUMO As histórias internas da ciência são produzidas a partir de uma abordagem epistemológica presente nas produções científicas. Entretanto, existem nesses cenários também aspectos sociais. Todavia, nas histórias presentes nos manuais didáticos frequentemente se observa uma apresentação fragmentada. Este artigo analisou a percepção de alunos do...
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An article by Prof Herman Chernoff “The Use of Faces to Represent Points in K-Dimensional Space Graphically” published in JASA 1973 v. 68, 342: 361-368 had wide resonance in the data analysis community. Measurements on Nummulites specimen was transformed and represented by a cartoon of a face. Written short & plain the article introduces a powerful...
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Herein, we describe how video games, TV shows, or movies have been used to provide an innovative framework for students to think about chemistry and chemical engineering. The main objective of this paper is to show how science can be linked with pop-culture, to provide educators with recent materials to use in classrooms, and to discuss the benefit...
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An interdisciplinary approach to science education through history of art is proposed. The approach is innovative, as the artworks complement the history, philosophy and sociology of science contents to increase students’interest and motivation. The approach integrates humanities and science education through history of art, which requests interdis...
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This edition of Chambers’s Preface includes both his summary Circle of Knowledge and, as an appendix, his completely detailed Circle of Knowledge. Endnotes to the detailed Circle supply extracts from the Cyclopædia to explain hundreds of terms that are likely to be unfamiliar to today’s reader. This edition has been especially prepared for students...
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Sanayileşmenin hızla yayılmasıyla birlikte ‘doğa’ ve ‘çevre’ insanoğlu için tüketim ve sermaye kaynağına dönüşür. Bu durum ekolojik sorunların ortaya çıkmasına ve bu sorunların gün geçtikçe artmasına sebep olur. Ekolojik sorunlara çözüm üretilmesi ve insanın doğayla uyum içerisinde varlığını sürdürebilmesi için disiplinlerarası çalışmalar yapılır....
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The problem of “Greekness” in the fields of literature, history, philosophy and art has been the subject of several English- and Greek-speaking publications recently. The present paper aims at contributing on this ongoing discussion by drawing on a rarely mentioned interview of Iannis Xenakis, which appeared in the magazine Ταχυδρόμος (“Postman”) i...
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K.P. Marczuk, 2020. Modern diplomats as civil servants: capabilities, competencies and education. A case study of the foreign service in Poland. In: H. Sullivan and H. Dickinson, eds. 2021. The Palgrave Handbook of the Public Servant. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan (First Online). For centuries, “classic” diplomacy was mainly understood as the art of dia...
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The book “Reframing the Archive” emerges from a cycle of research seminars presented at the Portuguese Center of Photography (CPF), Portugal, between 2018 and 2019, attended by experts on photography, art history, philosophy and visual arts, including artists whose work explores the appropriation of archival images, approached as critical devices f...
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K.P. Marczuk, 2020. Modern Diplomats as Civil Servants: Capabilities, Competencies, and Education – A Case Study of the Foreign Service in Poland. In: H. Sullivan and H. Dickinson, eds. 2021. The Palgrave Handbook of the Public Servant. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan (First Online). For centuries, “classic” diplomacy was mainly understood as the art of d...
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The potentialities of the interplay among Science, Science Education, History and Philosophy of Science have been acknowledged since the XIXth century. Nevertheless, the institutionalization of History, Philosophy and Science Teaching (HP&ST) as a modern discipline and research field was only achieved in the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 19...
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The analogy between the myth of Narcissus, referred to as the intrinsic symbol of painting by Leon Battista Alberti; the typological value of self-portrait as an ontological and statutory reference; its value while metamorphosis of reality; and the self-representative phenomenon that Selfi e translates – all this has to be established and requires...
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From ancient times to the present days, there have existed and been put forward the theories within the framework of the cyclical concept of the society development in the history philosophy. Over the centuries, they have been supplemented, given a meaning, and even interpreted in different ways. But at the same time, its core remained unchanged: r...
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Visions of the future have a performative effect as they trigger political debates and articulate societal grievances, hopes and fears. Time horizons envisaged in them – such as the year 2000 – often become synonymous with the future itself. This volume brings together case studies from history, philosophy, sociology, and technology assessment in o...
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Ana PASCARU (Scientific coordinator) Integrarea tradițiilor filosofice în societatea bazată pe cunoaștere [Integrating philosophical traditions in the knowledge-based society]. (2019): Kishinev. Institute of History, Philosophy Department-Chișinău [Kishinev], "Artpoligraf" Printing House.
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Background STEM identity has been shown to have a powerful role in an individual’s success in educational environments, as well as on their career goals and trajectories. Historically, however, STEM identity formation for underrepresented students has been hampered by the lack of representation of in STEM fields, which predominantly consist of whit...
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I am pleased to announce the publication of Patterns of Human Growth, 3rd edition Barry Bogin 2021. The book may be purchased in paper or as an eBook from Cambridge University Press. Here is the description from the book cover. This new, completely revised and updated edition provides a synthesis of the forces that shaped the evolution of the h...
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Growing elderly population has led more researches to be conducted on the subject nowadays both in the world and Turkey. In the scope of active ageing, elderly population are not only encouraged contributing to employment but also to the subjects of health, education, and social life. Considering elderly people's education on this manner, the matte...
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With a recent surge of interest in the field, a volume taking stock of important theoretical shifts in the philosophy of history is greatly needed. A Philosophy of History fills this gap by weaving together a range of perspectives on the field which finds itself at a crossroads, and asks where it is headed in the 21st century. The book charts the t...
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Competitions and athletic activities that are best referred to today as sport were very popular in ancient Greece. According to Kretchmar (2017, 75), sport was a fundamental component of ancient Greek culture. Citizens practiced various disciplines and endeavoured to achieve aretê (perfection) and kalokagathia (excellence, nobleness). One of these...
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The first volume of the journal Philobiblon was published in 1996. Its publication-in English, and jointly with Cluj University Press-was decided by the Lucian Blaga Central University Library in Cluj already in 1995, with the main purposes of: offering a multi-and even transdisciplinary framework of international communication for the academics an...
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A short article introducing Kant's Idea for a Universal History from a Cosmopolitan Perspective
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Sport is regarded as a means of upbringing. It is clear that all types of sport serve to bring up and form certain skills of the person. Therefore, feel to be interested in sport and attempt to make young generation to do sports. Developing sports depends on several reasons and conditions. Some types of sport appeared in the world owing to the idea...
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According to the argument from moral disagreement, the existence of widespread or persistent moral disagreement is best explained by, and thus supports, the view that there are no objective moral truths. One of the most common charges against this argument is that it “overgeneralises”: it implausibly forces its proponents to also deny the existence...
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The concept of electronegativity is one of the most relevant concepts in the chemical sciences from the second half of the past century. It is used to understand the polarity of bonds, bond dipole moments, and bond energy differences, as well as to get a qualitative understanding of chemical processes. Electronegativity is not a physical observable...
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We undeniably live in an information age—as, indeed, did those who lived before us. After all, as the cultural historian Robert Darnton pointed out: ‘every age was an age of information, each in its own way’ (Darnton 2000: 1). Darnton was referring to the news media, but his insight surely also applies to the sciences. The practices of acquiring, s...
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What is art? What is beauty? Why are we driven to create? People have been struggling with the answers to these questions for millenia. In this book Jay Friedenberg examines age old and contemporary responses to the perceptual and performative side of aesthetics. The work is wide-ranging in scope, addressing all forms of art including painting, pho...
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Resumen Este texto constituye una reflexión acerca de uno de los problemas fun-damentales de la existencia y la filosofía, sin embargo, muy pocas veces explorado de manera sistemática: ¿qué significa creer en los seres huma-nos? A partir del reconocimiento explícito de que existen múltiples tipos de humanismo, se busca combinar elementos provenient...
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Often referred to as sonic ethnography, sound ethnography is the methodological, theoretical, epistemological, and ontological study of the sonic and its relationship to society, culture, and ecology. Sounds have, in fact, always been part of ethnographies, as sensations, understandings, artistic nonartistic expressions, recordings, and film/video...
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In this position paper, I examine how the history, philosophy and sociology of science (HPS) can contribute to science education in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. I discuss shortcomings in the ways that history is often used in school science, and examine how knowledge of previous pandemics might help in teaching about COVID-19. I look at the po...
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The paper analyzes the genesis and history of philosophy of technology in Russia: from its birth in the end of the 19th century till present time. The birth of philosophy of technology in Russia is attributed to P. Engelmeyer, who has originated the very term “philosophy of technology” and with his numerous works has laid the foundations for this n...
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American racism is alive and well. In this essay, we amass a large body of classic and contemporary research across multiple areas of psychology (e.g., cognitive, developmental, social), as well as the broader social sciences (e.g., sociology, communication studies, public policy), and humanities (e.g., critical race studies, history, philosophy),...
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Analyze approach of the scientific outputs measurement areas in Iran Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this study is analyzing the approach of the books and Theses of the scientific outputs measurement in Iran. Methodology: This research is one of the applied research of bibliometrics that has been done content analysis method. The study populatio...
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The Euro-Western tradition has long considered matter to be essentially non-relational, passive and mechanical. Matter, that is, is thought to consist of elementary particles that remain internally unchanged while moving inside of, or against, an equally unchanging or fixed background of space, time, or both. Consequently, matter’s behavior has been...
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This study which identifies and reviews selected artefacts of the Akwamuhene royal regalia was conducted at the Bogyawe palace in Akwamufie. The research tools employed were questionnaire, observation and interviews to collect and investigate relevant cultural knowledge on the royal regalia of the Akwamuhene. Using the appropriate research instrume...
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In this paper we discuss the application of LDA topic modeling to questions that interest historians & philosophers of science, which we illustrate primarily through our own work on modeling Charles Darwin's reading and writing behavior. We discuss the need to go beyond simplistic presentations of topic models that tend to give scholars the idea th...
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and praxis of Big Data Analytics and how these are used to extract cognition-related information from social media and literary texts. It presents analytics that transcends the borders of discipline-specific academic research and focuses on knowledge extraction, prediction, and decision-maki...
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The purpose of the conference is the familiarization of the philosophical community with the results of researches in fields of city philosophy, history of philosophy, social philosophy, philosophy of history, philosophy of culture, ethics, aesthetics, religious studies, philosophy of education, political philosophy. The conference is a platform fo...
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Dr Andrea Zammit is a University of Malta alumnus and currently forms part of the civil and commercial law department of the legal firm IURIS Malta in Valletta. Zammit successfully graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Master in Advocacy degree from the University of Malta in 2018. In 2016, he spent a semester of studies abroad at the prestigious U...
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The reviewed work, City, Live and Live, is proposed as an academic exercise to reflect on alternatives to the crisis in public spaces at the international level from the perspective of the socio-spatial microscale. Precisely, one of the aspects to highlight of the publication is the vindication of everyday life that is often ignored by urban planne...
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intro This essay is an investigation and argument for a theory-poetics, that is a practice that seeks to hybridise a theoretical mode with poetic practice 1. Drawing upon art history, philosophy, critical theory and specifically cinema history I will map examples to define this ideal and move my argument for this mode purposely into the critical pr...
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Background: There is little evidence that loneliness, social anxiety, and social support can cause excessive use of internet addiction in college students. The present study is just an attempt to show a relationship between loneliness, social anxiety, social support, and internet addiction among college students. Methodology: Cross-sectional study...
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Volume I: Classical Mechanics Physics: from the Beginning to Now, have been attempted to consider historical physics events, but this is not the history of physics. But in this book, it has been so focused on the evolution of physic science to explain the development of ideas leading to physical discoveries. Philosophical arguments have been disc...
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We are pleased to announce the deadlines for contributions to the journal Architecture Papers of the Faculty of Architecture of the Slovak University of Technology (ALFA) for the year 2020. The journal is a valuable source for those interested in the areas of architecture, urbanism and product design as well graphic design. It focuses on topics con...
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This volume of the World of Science Education gathers contributions from Latin American science education researchers covering a variety of topics that will be of interest to educators and researchers all around the world. The volume provides an overview of research in Latin America, and most of the chapters report findings from studies seldom avai...
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In Quodvultdeus: a Bishop Forming Christians in Vandal Africa, David Vopřada presents the pre-baptismal catecheses of the fth-century bishop of Carthage, delivered to the new believers in extremely dicult period of barbaric incursions. Quodvultdeus is generally not appraised as an original philosopher or theologian as his master Augustine was, in t...
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Clive Bell was an artist.There is no possible way that Clive Bell could have understood/advised Keynes about material appearing in his 1921 A Treatise on Probability or have had any understanding of the roles that intuition and perception played in Keynes’s logical theory of probability unless he had been a rated tournament chess player who underst...
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In this clear, forceful, and inspiring book, Paul A. Roth sets for himself an audacious task: the revival of philosophy of history and a recalibration of how to understand and account for historical explanation. Roth succeeds and with surgical precision offers a new account of narrative historical explanation that holds its own distinct epistemolog...
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Routledge Studies in Ajfective Societies presents high-level academic work on the social dimensions ofhuman affectivity. lt aims to shape, consolidate, and promote a new understanding of societies as Affective Societies, accounting for the fundamental importance of affect and emotion for human coexistence in the mobile and networked worlds of the 2...
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For a very long time, Tibetan scholarship had been much focused on mysticism, spirituality, philosophy and religion. Tibetan medicine had also found its due place in the vast corpus of Tibetan studies. This linearity of development of Tibetan literature that had started with the advent of Buddhism in the 7th century,was brought to an abrupt pause a...