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    Jeanne Ferrante (1979). The Computational Complexity of Logical Theories. Springer-Verlag.
    This book asks not only how the study of white-collar crime can enrich our understanding of crime and justice more generally, but also how criminological ...
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  2. Jeanne Ferrante (1974). Some Upper and Lower Bounds on Decision Procedures in Logic. Project Mac, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
     
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  3. Dirk Siefkes (1984). Review: Jeanne Ferrante, Charles W. Rackoff, The Computational Complexity of Logical Theories. [REVIEW] Journal of Symbolic Logic 49 (2):670-671.
     
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  4. Dirk Siefkes (1984). Ferrante Jeanne and Rackoff Charles W.. The Computational Complexity of Logical Theories. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol. 718. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, and New York, 1979, X + 243 Pp. [REVIEW] Journal of Symbolic Logic 49 (2):670-671.
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    Maria A. Brandimonte, Donatella Ferrante, Carmela Bianco & Maria Grazia Villani (2010). Memory for Pro-Social Intentions: When Competing Motives Collide. Cognition 114 (3):436-441.
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    Marco Ferrante (2013). Vṛṣabhadeva's Sphuṭākṣarā on Bhartṛhari's Metaphysics: Commentarial Strategy and New Interpretations. [REVIEW] Journal of Indian Philosophy 41 (2):133-149.
    Although somewhat neglected in the scholarly debate, Vṛṣabhadeva’s commentary (known as Sphuṭākṣarā or Paddhati, possibly 8th c. CE) on Vākyapadīya’s first chapter, offers a remarkable analysis of Bhartṛhari’s views on metaphysics and philosophy of language. Vākyapadīya’s first four kārikās deal with ontological issues, defining the key elements of Bhartṛhari’s non-dualistic edifice such as the properties of the unitary principle, its powers, the role of time and the ontological status of worldly objects. Vṛṣabhadeva’s interpretation of the kārikās in question is intriguing (...)
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    Vittoriomanuele Ferrante (1996). A Sound Interpretation of Minimality Properties of Common Belief in Minimal Semantics. Theory and Decision 41 (2):179-185.
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  8. Joan M. Ferrante (1989). Images of the Cloister–Haven or Prison. Mediaevalia 12:57-66.
     
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    Stefania Pighin, Ruth M. J. Byrne, Donatella Ferrante, Michel Gonzalez & Vittorio Girotto (2011). Counterfactual Thoughts About Experienced, Observed, and Narrated Events. Thinking and Reasoning 17 (2):197 - 211.
    Four studies show that observers and readers imagine different alternatives to reality. When participants read a story about a protagonist who chose the more difficult of two tasks and failed, their counterfactual thoughts focused on the easier, unchosen task. But when they observed the performance of an individual who chose and failed the more difficult task, participants' counterfactual thoughts focused on alternative ways to solve the chosen task, as did the thoughts of individuals who acted out the event. We conclude (...)
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    Marcelo Ferrante (2009). Recasting the Problem of Resultant Luck. Legal Theory 15 (4):267.
    I offer in this paper an argument in support of the orthodox view that resultant luck should not affect judgments of blameworthiness—and so, for example, that we should not blame the successful assassin more than the attempted assassin who equally tries but fails. This view, though widely held among moral philosophers and legal scholars, has been severely challenged as implying either the implausible rejection of moral luck or an equally implausible theory of wrongness according to which actual consequences may play (...)
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    Marco Ferrante (2015). Vṛṣabhadeva on the Status of Ordinary Phenomena: Between Bhartṛhari and Advaita Vedānta. Journal of Indian Philosophy 43 (1):61-83.
    Vṛṣabhadeva’s Sphuṭākṣarā, a commentary on the first chapter of Bhartṛhari’s Vākyapadīya and its Vṛtti, offers a peculiar interpretation of the monistic ideas exposed at the beginning of the mūla text. The reflection on the status of ordinary reality and its relation with the unitary metaphysical principle is particularly interesting. Although according to Bhartṛhari’s perspective the entities of the world are real, the Sphuṭākṣarā offers a more intricate picture in which different degrees of reality seem involved. Furthermore, the author adopts hermeneutical (...)
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    Donatella Ferrante, Vittorio Girotto, Marta Stragà & Clare Walsh (2013). Improving the Past and the Future: A Temporal Asymmetry in Hypothetical Thinking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1):23.
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    Cynthia Cycyota, Claudia Ferrante, Steven Green, Kurt Heppard & Dorri Karolick (2011). Leaders of Character: The USAFA Approach to Ethics Education and Leadership Development. [REVIEW] Journal of Academic Ethics 9 (3):177-192.
    We describe the educational character and leadership development processes used by the United States Air Force Academy that other educational institutions may find useful. Our processes include an integrated educational curriculum designed to complement and integrate the experiential learning that results in achieving specific organizational outcomes, co-curricular activities in cadet living, and a specific focus on the ethical development of leaders’ respect for human dignity and cultural competency as well as the mechanisms to assess and refine our processes.
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    Robert A. Hicks, Susan L. Williams & Felice Ferrante (1979). Eye Color and the Pupillary Attributions of College Students to Happy and Angry Faces. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 13 (1):55-56.
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1986). Raoul de Hodenc, Il roman des Eles, ed. Matteo Majorano. (Testi e Saggi, 8.) Bari: Adriatica, 1983. Paper. Pp. 175. Speculum 61 (2):455-457.
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    Peijnenburg Jeanne (2005). Shaping Your Past Selves. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (5).
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1982). Ricardo J. Quinones, Dante Alighieri. Boston: Twayne, Division of G. K. Hall, 1979. Pp. 212; Frontispiece Plate. $11.95. [REVIEW] Speculum 57 (2):452.
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    Boris Jeanne (2012). Les États pontificaux face à Philippe II, marge ou centre alternatif de la Monarchie catholique ? Retour sur les fondements juridiques, politiques et pragmatiques d'un empire conjoncturel. Astérion. Philosophie, Histoire des Idées, Pensée Politique 10 (10).
    The Catholic Monarchy is the short-lived dynastic union (1580-1640) between the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal. By returning on the legal, political and pragmatic foundations of this empire which cannot be called Empire (because this name belongs to the Holy Roman Empire of the cousins of Vienna), the article tries to seize better the internal functioning of this heterogeneous political set, by adopting two points of view: that of America (how the notion of Catholic Monarchy is understood in the reynos, (...)
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1997). Roberta L. Krueger, Women Readers and the Ideology of Gender in Old French Verse Romance.(Cambridge Studies in French, 43.) Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Pp. Xvi, 338; 5 Black-and-White Figures. $59.95. [REVIEW] Speculum 72 (1):191-193.
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1998). Susan L. Smith, The Power of Women: A “Topos” in Medieval Art and Literature. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995. Pp. Xvii, 294 Plus 48 Black-and-White Figures; 1 Diagram. [REVIEW] Speculum 73 (2):598-600.
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1995). Karen Cherewatuk and Ulrike Wiethaus, Eds., Dear Sister: Medieval Women and the Epistolary Genre.(Middle Ages Series.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993. Pp. Ix, 218. $32.95 (Cloth); $14.95 (Paper). [REVIEW] Speculum 70 (2):352-354.
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    Alessandro Ferrante (forthcoming). New Forms of Unease, Between Myths of Development and Catastrophic Imaginaries: Educational Implications. Governare la Paura. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.
    The main aim of this paper is to make some remarks on the educational implications of new forms of unease from a theoretical perspective. I explore new forms of unease related to collective imagination. I focus especially on myths of development and catastrophic imaginaries related to social and environmental crises.
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    Joan M. Ferrante (2003). Fredric L. Cheyette, Ermengard of Narbonne and the World of the Troubadours. Ithaca, N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 2001. Pp. Xvii, 474; Black-and-White Figures, Tables, 1 Musical Example, and Maps. $35. [REVIEW] Speculum 78 (2):480-482.
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    Joan M. Ferrante (1982). Robert L. Montgomery, The Reader's Eye: Studies in Didactic Literary Theory From Dante to Tasso. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, 1979. Pp. Vii, 235. $14. [REVIEW] Speculum 57 (2):451.
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  25. Theodore M. Andersson, E. Talbot Donaldson & Joan M. Ferrante (1984). Memoirs of Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Medieval Academy of America. Speculum 59 (3):738-739.
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  26. Maria A. Brandimonte & Donatella Ferrante (2015). Effects of Material and Non-Material Rewards on Remembering to Do Things for Others. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
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  27. F. Edward Cranz, Ruth J. Dean, Robert M. Lumiansky, Paul Oskar Kristeller, Franz Rosenthal, Kenneth M. Setton, Joseph R. Strayer, Robert S. Lopez, Edward Grant, Astrik L. Gabriel, Fred C. Robinson, William J. Courtenay, Donald R. Howard, Robert E. Kaske, Joan M. Ferrante, Walter Goffart, Paul Meyvaert & Giles Constable (1986). Memoirs of Fellows and Corresponding Fellows of the Medieval Academy of America. Speculum 61 (3):759-769.
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  28. Joan M. Ferrante (2000). Dante and GovernanceJohn Woodhouse. Speculum 75 (4):996-997.
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  29. Joan M. Ferrante (1992). Dante's Beatrice: Priest of an Androgynous God: Bernardo Lecture Series, No. 2. The Bernardo Lecture Series.
    Examines Dante’s character of Beatrice and contends that, more than simply leading Dante to God, Beatrice allows him to see a feminine side in God, humanity, and himself.
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  30. Tiziana Ferrante (2013). Design Enhancing Instruments: Post Occupancy Evaluation in Hospice Design. Techne: Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment 6.
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  31. Joan M. Ferrante (1995). Dear Sister: Medieval Women and the Epistolary Genre.Karen Cherewatuk Ulrike Wiethaus. Speculum 70 (2):352-354.
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  32. Joan M. Ferrante (2003). Ermengard of Narbonne and the World of the TroubadoursFredric L. Cheyette. Speculum 78 (2):480-482.
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  33. Joan M. Ferrante (1986). Il roman des ElesRaoul de Hodenc Matteo Jamorano. Speculum 61 (2):455-457.
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  34. Joan M. Ferrante (2000). John Woodhouse, Ed., Dante and Governance. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Pp. Xi, 179. $55. [REVIEW] Speculum 75 (4):996-997.
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  35. Joan M. Ferrante (2001). "Licet Longinquis Regionibus Corpore Separati": Letters as a Link in and to the Middle Ages. Speculum 76 (4):877-895.
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  36. Joan M. Ferrante (1999). Minding the Body: Women and Literature in the Middle Ages, 800-1500.Monica Brzezinski Potkay Regula Meyer Evitt. Speculum 74 (2):472-473.
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  37. Joan M. Ferrante (1975). Prolegomena alla "Divina Commedia"Gian Roberto Sarolli. Speculum 50 (1):149-152.
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  38. Joan M. Ferrante (1984). Shadowy Prefaces: Conversion and Writing in the "Divine Comedy"James Thomas Chiampi. Speculum 59 (1):129-131.
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  39. Joan M. Ferrante (1998). The Power of Women: A "Topos" in Medieval Art and Literature.Susan L. Smith. Speculum 73 (2):598-600.
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  40. Giulio Marchetti Ferrante & E. M. Coxon (1929). The Roman Aristocracy Since 1870. New Blackfriars 10 (114):1320-1325.
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  41. Joan M. Ferrante (1982). "Vita nuova" e tradizione romanzaMichelangelo Picone. Speculum 57 (2):408-410.
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  42. Joan M. Ferrante (1997). Women Readers and the Ideology of Gender in Old French Verse Romance.Roberta L. Krueger. Speculum 72 (1):191-193.
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  43. Liedtka Jeanne (2002). Ethics and the New Economy. Business and Society Review 107 (1).
     
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  44. Boris Jeanne (2012). Les États Pontificaux Face À Philippe II, Marge Ou Centre Alternatif de la Monarchie Catholique? Retour Sur les Fondements Juridiques, Politiques Et Pragmatiques D’Un Empire conjoncturelThe Papal States in Front of Philip II, Margin or Alternative Center of the Catholic Monarchy? Return on the Legal, Political and Pragmatic Foundations of a Conjunctural Empire. Astérion 10.
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  45. Paolo Legrenzi, Donatella Ferrante, Vittorio Girotto & Maria Sonino (1992). Epistemologia ingenua e causalità. Nuova Civiltà Delle Macchine 10 (3/4):61-67.
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  46. Paul E. Szarmach, Barbara A. Shailor, Susan Mosher Stuard, Joan M. Ferrante, William Mahrt, Edward Peters, Robert Babcock, Susan Boynton, Lawrence Clopper & Frederick M. Biggs (2007). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, 2007. Speculum 82 (3):796-807.
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  47. Paul E. Szarmach, Barbara A. Shailor, Nancy F. Partner, John J. Contreni, Joan M. Ferrante, William Mahrt, Robert Babcock, Margot Fassler, Susan Boynton, Frederick M. Biggs, Maura Nolan, Thomas E. A. Dale, Thomas Goodmann & Robert E. Bjork (2008). Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, 2008. Speculum 83 (3):788-799.
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    Isabelle VahÉ (2006). Entre ombres et lumières, le parcours singulier d'une féministe pacifiste, Jeanne Mélin (1877-1964). Clio 2:231-250.
    L’intérêt de ma thèse est d’étudier les relations entre le féminisme et le pacifisme en France au XXe siècle, sous l’angle de la biographie de Jeanne Mélin (1877-1964), pacifiste, féministe, écrivaine. Le sens de cette recherche est de souligner l’ambiguïté de la mise en perspective par Jeanne Mélin du féminisme et du pacifisme, d’étudier son appropriation des concepts d’identité féminine, de masculinité et de différence des sexes. Selon elle, le droit de vote féminin est avant tout le sésame (...)
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    Venita Datta (2006). Sur les Boulevards : Les représentations de Jeanne d'Arc dans le théâtre populaire. Clio 2:125-147.
    Dans cet article, nous nous proposons d’examiner la représentation de Jeanne d’Arc au théâtre de boulevard, à partir des deux pièces de la fin de siècle les plus connues sur le sujet: « Jeanne d’Arc » : l’une de Jules Barbier (avec une musique de Gounod, montée en 1890 au Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, avec Sarah Bernhardt dans le rôle de Jeanne), l’autre étant « Le Procès de Jeanne d’Arc » d’Émile Moreau (représentée au Théâtre Sarah-Bernhardt (...)
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    Julie Deramond (2007). Jeanne d'Arc et ses voix, dans deux opéras, Verdi et Honneger. Clio 1:115-132.
    Dès le début du xixe siècle, Jeanne d’Arc connaît la célébrité dans toute l’Europe. Élevée au pinacle, installée au panthéon des Français, elle devient un sujet en or pour les compositeurs et leurs librettistes, parce qu’elle permet d’aborder les thèmes les plus divers, de l’héroïque au religieux en passant par le pastoral et le tragique. Elle fait l’objet de nombreuses mises en scène dans des genres musicaux aussi variés que l’opéra, l’opéra-comique, le ballet, la mélodie, la pantomime ou le (...)
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